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Visiting an exhibition in person is a much richer experience than visiting online. Leave a comment to share your thoughts and impressions with others about Rembrandt and the Face of Jesus.

Here is very good museum that I ever been.I saw many things in here .I'm pleasure that I came America.Please remember KoreA, MY COUNTRY.OUR COUNTRY IS GOOD^^

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Seung-Hye Han(Linda) - 8.10.2011 - 11:20 AM
Not only does the magnificence of Rembrandt's art shine forth in this exhibit, but the wonder of these pieces being available to us over 400 years later is astounding.

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Patty - 8.9.2011 - 4:26 PM
We thoroughly enjoyed the exhibit and are grateful it was put together. Assembling in one place so many pictures on this one subject was very effective and the overall effect was moving. Thank you!

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Richard and Carolyn - 8.9.2011 - 3:26 PM
realy cool.

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audrey - 8.9.2011 - 3:20 PM
Rembrant is so talented. What a TRUE artist! his works are amazing and i hope he continues with inspirational works throughout his lifetime.

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Rachel the rembrant rascal - 8.9.2011 - 3:19 PM
i loved the etching and drypoint!!!

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fiona - 8.9.2011 - 3:16 PM
so beautiful and moving, truly an inspiring exhibit!!!he is a true artist and he is to be looked up to with awe and admiration!

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an admiring fan aged 3 - 8.9.2011 - 3:14 PM
I heart Jesus! shout out to Kalev! heart you, too

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Sulma aka Chabelita from SF, California - 8.9.2011 - 2:56 PM
This exhibition clearly shows why some artists are masters and others are students...The Rembrandt works are a cut above those done by his students and other members of his studio. The differences are in the depictions of light and expression.

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Nelly - 8.9.2011 - 2:46 PM
loved it !

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cath - 8.9.2011 - 2:24 PM
I didn't see it but it looked cool.

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Maddy - 8.9.2011 - 1:34 PM
;D

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GRIM - 8.9.2011 - 12:27 PM
A great portrayal of Jesus and his many great ways. Well done.

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Anonymous - 8.9.2011 - 12:20 PM
The exhibition was very well done with many, many examples of Rembrandt's works plus others' works which helped explain the context, the goals and the development of the artist.

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LindaBender - 8.9.2011 - 11:13 AM
I found the Rembrandt exhibition deeply moving. The painting of the Jewish man,who was described as possibly a friend of Rembrandt's, brought tears to my eyes.

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Anonymous - 8.9.2011 - 10:45 AM
It was sensitive and Rembrant had a way of showing Jesus in his most humble and human manner. The last painting really move move
emotionally.
I loved it. Remember the true meaning of
Rembrant and who he was and his human
connection with Jesus

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John - 8.8.2011 - 7:18 PM
I was startled at the lack of state indications in the wall labels for the Rembrandt prints. This indication of the development of the imagery is important, and shouldn't be relegated to the large and presumably more scholarly catalog.

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Peter Lister - 8.8.2011 - 5:18 PM
My wife and I were kind of disappointed in the show. The few drawings and paintings that were actually done by Rembrandt were not that exciting. Most of the work was done by students ,and although they were good and they were copying his work, they were not his actual pieces.

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David Schleinkofer - 8.8.2011 - 4:53 PM
Thanks so much to the PMA for bringing Rembrandt to Philadelphia. This might not be the blockbuster kind of show that brings in vast numbers. It is, however, exceedingly rich. Great work on the audio tour as always.

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Dan - 8.8.2011 - 3:45 PM
I enjoyed the audio part of the presentation. The opportunity to view these paintings in the solitude of the preview was wonderful.

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RayK - 8.8.2011 - 3:34 PM

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