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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.

I wish there would have been an "end of exhibition" notation on the wall. We wanted to return to some of the other works yet because we passed the guard, who said nothing to us BTW, we couldnt walk literally one step back into the exhibition for which we paid entrance fees. Nice paintings, we would have liked to see a few again though.

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Jeff Evans - 7.30.2011 - 1:25 PM
It's good to be reminded of why Rembrandt was so great. Powerful!

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John D - 7.30.2011 - 1:06 PM
We thoroughly enjoyed this exhibit. Tho it had too much deeper meaning

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Helga Von Strangle - 7.30.2011 - 12:07 PM
i waited months to see the exhibit...well worth the wait the multiple facets of his work and the students, especiallly Martha and MARY

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justina green - 7.29.2011 - 8:07 PM
I enjoyed seeing how Rembrandt pictured Christ - compassionate. I particularly appreciated Christ in Emmaus with the two disciples and the waiter. The tablecloth is magnificent with its wrinkles and transparency.

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Dhyan - 7.29.2011 - 6:14 PM
Thanks for the opportunity of seeing this one facet of his work in one place. Both his work and the one piece of Mayr are a revelation. Wonder how many attributed to Rembrandt are actually not of his hand but of those in his studio or later forgeries. Just sayin' !?

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Chrys - 7.29.2011 - 6:06 PM
Inspiring, emotional. Truly something everyone should experience.

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Terry - 7.29.2011 - 5:29 PM
I am looking forward to seeing some of Rembrandt's finest paintings. Truly a rare opportunity not to be missed.

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John - 7.28.2011 - 10:30 AM