Tag Archive: Rembrandt

‘Rembrandt: The Late Works review – triumph in master’s tragedy’ by Jonathan Jones | The Guardian (Oct. 12, 2014)

  Rembrandt is so high in the ranking of great artists that our amassed reverence has sunk like syrup into the brown and gold surfaces of his paintings. There he is in the… Continue reading

Artists over 50: better late than ever? | The Guardian (01 Sept. 2014)

As a new exhibition of late-period Turners opens at Tate Britain, curator Sam Smiles asks if it’s time art outgrew its obsession with age.