Upcoming in 2024: Rembrandt – Hoogstraten Color and Illusion

November 3 2023

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Posted by Adam Busiakiewicz:

I simply cannot wait for the Kunsthistoriches Museum in Vienna's upcoming autumn 2024 exhibition. Rembrandt – Hoogstraten: Color and Illusion looks to be a very interesting examination of the relationship between these two artists. Any fan of this period will know that several paintings have been flip-flopping between the two artists over the past decades, including examples such as Chicago's Young Woman at an Open Half-Door, which is now called 'Workshop of Rembrandt' on the museum's website.

According to the KHM's blurb:

For the first time, the Kunsthistorisches Museum Vienna is presenting an exhibition on the important Baroque painter Rembrandt. Never before has it been possible to admire such a wealth of international loans by the master in Austria. His powerful art left a lasting impression on his gifted pupil Samuel van Hoogstraten. The fascinating interplay between Rembrandt and Hoogstraten is on display in a unique way – you have never seen Rembrandt like this before. Discover around 60 paintings and drawings, and immerse yourself in Dutch Baroque painting. This will be the cultural highlight of 2024.

The show will run from 8th October 2024 until 12th January 2025.

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