- until 11 Dec, Tue - Sun | 12:00 - 17:00
- Stadsarchief Amsterdam - De Bazel
Art that inspired Rembrandt
One of the lesser known artists of the Dutch Golden Age went on to inspire generations of artists and printmakers. Hercules Segers is renowned for his experimental ‘printed paintings’ that pushed the boundaries of classical techniques. In homage to the great artist, an exhibition detailing his influence on Rembrandt is on at Rembrandt House Museum, while the Rijksmuseum presents a complete retrospective of his works.