The museum is actually the house where Rembrandt lived and worked in the 17th century. It's always facinating to see Rembrandt's work. After visiting this museum, it explains everything, how he played with the light on his painting. In his studio you can see how the artists in the past had to work hard to find the right colour for their painting. There is a demonstration how to make colour from pigments and linseed oil. Most the interior are original, for example the small bed, so you can get the idea how Rembrandt lived and worked in the past. Not only his work are hanging in this museum but also the work of some of his pupils. On the top floor you can learn to make etching by yourself with assistance. It's worth it visiting this museum.
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