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This four-session course will explore the life and career of Rembrandt within the context of the 17th-century Dutch Golden Age. Explore in depth Rembrandt's experimental artistic approaches and range of subjects he depicted, his place among his artistic contemporaries, and how the exhibition was developed.
$75 members/$85 nonmembers for full four-session course. Sessions are on Saturdays, October 13 & 20, November 10, and December 15.
Single-session tickets available October 1.
(Please note: The course is held in Sharp Auditorium. The exhibition is included with general admission ticket, which is sold separately.)
December 15: Why Him? Rembrandt's Enduring Fame & Lasting Legacy
Molly Medakovich, Ph.D., art historian & Denver Art Museum teaching specialist
How and why did an artist like Rembrandt van Rijn make such an indelible mark on art, history, and the popular imagination? Building on previous course sessions, we'll further explore the conditions surrounding Rembrandt's rise to fame, the ways his numerous and psychologically gripping self-portraits have shaped our understanding of him, 18th- and 19th-century revivals, and reinventions of his work, and modern-day characterizations of the man and the legend in biography and film. Revel in this long love affair with Rembrandt, whose intrigue has endured for over 400 years in many shapes and forms.