Important Exhibition of the Dutch Golden Age Ever Organized in China
After The Louvre in Paris and the National Museum of China in Beijing, the “Rembrandt, Vermeer and Hals in the Dutch Golden Age: Masterpieces from The Leiden Collection” exhibition was officially unveiled at the Long Museum, West Bund on 23 September. Compared with the Beijing show, two oil paintings by Rubens, a sketch by Rembrandt, and another one by Da Vinci were added to the featured works. The number of exhibited pieces reached 78, making it the largest exhibition of paintings from the Dutch Golden Age ever held in China. Chinese with English translation.