The Kroniek has long been the periodical of The Rembrandt House Museum. Founded in 1947 – over 75 years ago – it initially served as a newsletter for the museum with information about exhibitions and new acquisitions. But starting in the 1960s the Kroniek grew into a scholarly art historical periodical with articles by prominent Rembrandt specialists. The periodical appeared annually in ever thicker and more beautiful issues, until 2009. There were subsequently two issues, in 2011 and 2016, after which production ground to a halt. The tradition has now been revived. We will publish one issue per year, but then in a new form: the Kroniek is turning digital. This is not only less costly – an important argument in our threadbare times – but it will allow much greater access for international scholars and enthusiasts of Rembrandt.