Paul’s ART STUFF on a train # 90: ‘The Colour in Rembrandt’

Rembrandt: Juno, 1662-5 Rembrandt is known, of course, for his crepuscular tone and his ability to draw symbolic and emotional meaning from shadows and darkness relieved by telling illumination. Presenting the 40 paintings, 30 prints and 20 drawings of ‘The Late Works’ in the National Gallery’s windowless Sainsbury basement rooms (to 18 Jan) emphasises the […]

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