Holland's most famous son - Rembrandt - celebrates his 400th birthday this year, and the Stedelijk Museum is one of the best places to encounter him.
It's currently exhibiting enough miniature Rembrandt etchings to make your eyes hurt (the genre aptly exhibits the artist’s trademark contrasts of light and dark, and you’re even issued at the ticket office with a tiny magnifying glass) and next on the agenda is a collection of his lesser-known landscapes.
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