Rembrandt and the Mennonite Community

January 15 - February 28


Seating: Reserved

This exhibition displays, for the first time, a portrait of Rembrandt’s wife Saskia and etchings from the Madison Art Collection, as well as Dutch 17th-century books from Eastern Mennonite University. The show presents a broad overview of Rembrandt’s art, but also investigates his connections with the early Mennonites in Amsterdam.

Note: This exhibition takes place at the Lisanby Museum in the Festival Conference & Student Center. Metered parking is available in Lot C12.


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