Rembrandt's innovative, kinetic final years of artistic greatness are explored in the National Gallery's autumn blockbuster.
Bankrupt and almost destitute, his family dead and reputation in tatters, Rembrandt’s final years were filled with tragedy. Yet what he painted were to be his most experimental and tender masterpieces. Broadcaster Jeremy Paxman takes you through the highlights of the National Gallery’s remarkable exhibition.
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