Rembrandt – Master Works to the Bellows Falls Opera House on Thursday, September 21, 7pm.   The 90-minute feature was filmed in London’s National Gallery and the Rijkmuseum Amsterdam.    See the master works of an artist whose soulful, honest and deeply moving creativity defines the man.  Go behind the scenes to tour the galleries as they open their exhibitions.  Includes examination of his biblical masterpieces and the revolutionary, brand new art form - printmaking. With commentary from art historians.


Rembrandt was born on 15 July 1606 and was an innovative and prolific draftsman, painter and printmaker.  He is generally considered to be the most important artist of the Dutch Golden Age. His work depicts a wide range of style and subject matter, from portraits, self-portraits, landscapes, genre scenes, allegorical and historical scenes, biblical and mythological themes, and animal studies. 


Although he achieved acclaim in his youth, the latter part of his life was marked with tragedy and financial hardship as was the case of so many Dutch masters whom he taught. Rembrandt’s greatest triumphs are considered portraits of his contemporaries, self-portraits and Biblical illustrations. He is known as having transformed printmaking and is considered the greatest etcher in the history of the medium.


Tickets for Rembrandt are $10 per person and can be purchased online through the RAMParts ticketing platform, or at the door.  Seating is general admission.   Contact Susan MacNeil at 603-313-0052 or email susan@svidol for more information.