Rembrandt paintings

Rembrandt's self-portraits were created by the artist looking at himself in a mirror, and the paintings and drawings, therefore, reverse his actual features.

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Vermeer 'The art of painting'
Vermeer was familiar with the theory behind perspective and deliberately used it in his paintings.
Rubens paintings
Considered the most influential artist of the Flemish Baroque tradition, Rubens, painted altarpieces, portraits, landscapes, and mythological subjects.
Titian paintings
Titian was the greatest painter of 16th-century Venice and recognized early in his own life as a supremely talented painter.
Egyptian & Near Eastern Collection
Is among the world’s most important collections of Egyptian antiquities with more than 17.000 objects date from a period of almost four thousand years, from the Egyptian Predynastic and Early Dynastic periods to the early Christian era.
Roman Portrait Heads
Roman portraiture was one of the most significant periods in the development of portrait art.
Greek and Roman Antiquities Collection
The collection expands to nine halls and seven cabinets which include around 2.500 objects on display.

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