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Rembrandt Revealed


On view at The Timken Museum of Art from January 22 through May 2, Rembrandt’s Recession: Passion and Prints in the Dutch Golden Age features 14 exceptional impressions of the master’s landmark prints illustrating Gospel narratives from the 1650s. At a time of economic hardship and a strict moral code, Rembrandt made some of his most compelling imagery using scenes of compassion and sacrifice from the narratives. Owned and presented by Robert and Karen Hoehn, this exhibition examines this New Testament subject matter in light of Rembrandt’s personal life, his 1656 bankruptcy, and other factors of the times. Admission is always free. (619/239-5548, www.timkenmuseum.org)   JANE SHIOMI


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