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“The Rijksmuseum, which is perhaps better known for paintings by artists such as Rembrandt, says it will keep the piece as a curiosity.”
“If you're at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport with time to kill, you could go to the annexe of the Rijksmuseum, which is open daily from 7am till 8pm, and look at some of the Dutch masters.”
“The Night Watch" was then accorded a place of honor at the center of the Rijksmuseum, when that institution's current building opened in 1885.”
“The Night Watch' 1642 by Rembrandt Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam A dynamic marriage of individual likenesses and civic identity to the grandeur of historical narrative.”
“At Amsterdam's Schipol the Rijksmuseum operates a small annex for travelers with extra time and also opened an airport library in 2010.”
“During the past year, however, Metsu may have reclaimed some of his former renown, thanks to a tightly focused and informative touring exhibition jointly organized by the National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin; the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam; and the National Gallery of Art, Washington, where we can now discover this once-acclaimed master for ourselves.”
“Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam 'An Old Man Holding a Pipe and a Jug' Dutch artist Gabriel Metsu depicted ordinary moments of 17th-century life in the Netherlands.”
“After the couple had bought about 25 pictures, they asked Simon Levie, a former head of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, to evaluate their collection.”
“Levie, a former director of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.”
“The Egyptian collection of the Netherlands' Rijksmuseum van Oudheden in Leiden dates back to the 1820s and features a unique selection of artifacts documenting the life, death and expected afterlife of ancient Egyptians, such as the reassembled Temple of Taffeh.”
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