Rembrandt in Amsterdam

Rembrandt painted the marriage portraits of the newly-weds Marten Soolmans and Oopjen Coppit in Amsterdam in 1634, when he was only 28. The portraits, more than two-metres high, have remained in private hands for almost four centuries until their purchase by the Netherlands and France. Following their time on display alongside 'The Night Watch', the two portraits will undergo a restoration process at the Rijksmuseum.

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