This page contains information for the press: press material and images, information and terms regarding press visits and contact information.
High resolution duty-free pictures of The Rembrandt House Museum: download here. The credit lines are in the file names.
For general information about the museum, feel free to download our fact sheets in several languages:
The commercial of The Rembrandt House Museum, for (embedded) use on websites and social media:
The Rembrandt Year 2019
In 2019 it’s the 350th anniversary of Rembrandt’s death. As part of the national celebration of Rembrandt and the Golden Age 2019 there will be special activities and exhibitions throughout the Netherlands. The Rembrandt House Museum, the Rijksmuseum, Museum de Lakenhal, the Mauritshuis, the Fries Museum, the Stadsarchief (City Archives) and the Jewish Cultural Quarter have special programmes focusing on the master himself.
Where better to start Rembrandt Year than in the house where it all happened? Nowhere will you come closer to the artist, the family man, the teacher and the art dealer than in this historic place in the heart of Amsterdam. He made his most famous masterpieces here over a period of nearly twenty years, met the most interesting people and experienced his greatest loves. In 2019 the museum will be given over to celebrations of the famous artist with a special programme in his own house. Three exhibitions will shed light on Rembrandt’s life and work from different angles and present well-known and less well-known works by the master.
Our exhibition programme for 2019 (The Rembrandt Year) can be found on this page. Also, feel free to download our info sheet in four languages:
- Info sheet Rembrandt 2019 in Dutch
- Info sheet Rembrandt 2019 in English
- Info sheet Rembrandt 2019 in French
- Info sheet Rembrandt 2019 in German
Download a selection of press images per exhibition (including credit sheet in Dutch and English).
Download the more elaborate folder with press images for our current exhibition Rembrandt’s Social Network.
Are you a journalist, blogger or photographer and interest in visiting The Rembrandt House Museum for an article, photo/film shoot or interview with a museum employee? Please apply for a press visit at least three days in advance by e-mailing Nathalie Maciesza: email@example.com.
Journalists and bloggers are welcome during the normal opening hours (10 am – 6 pm). Film shoots and photo shoots are only permitted on request, during weekdays outside normal opening hours (8 – 10 am). Free entrance is only granted to members of the press if a press visit application has been received and the visit has been approved by the Press Office.
Presenting a press ID or other media passes at the ticket desk will not grant free entrance to the museum. The Press Office reserves the right to deny press visit requests.
Terms and Conditions
- Accreditation is given by email. On presenting a print-out of this accreditation at the ticket desk in the museum, one admission ticket will be issued. All journalists should be able to produce a valid ID during their press visit.
- Non-flash photography is permitted.
- Digital recordings may only be used for articles concerning The Rembrandt House Museum in newspapers and magazines, for TV programmes and on websites or articles relating to a relevant exhibition, acquisition or event in The Rembrandt House Museum. The owner of the work of art must always be stated. Duplication and commercial use are prohibited. Regarding exhibitions: visual material may only be used for the duration of the exhibition.
Museum Het Rembrandthuis
Press Office | Nathalie Maciesza
T: +31 (0)20 520 04 00
M: +31 (6) 41 21 67 21