It is always fascinating to chart the course of a great artist from the beginning—but when the artist in question is Rembrandt, that academic exercise can also be quite thrilling. This is certainly the case with two of Rembrandt’s earliest surviving paintings.
They are on view in VMFA’s European Baroque Art Gallery beginning this December and through the next year, thanks to the generous loan from a private collection and funding from the Collector’s Circle.
Posted on December 9, 2010The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is a state agency and a model public/private partnership. After the board of... Read more