Rembrandt in America opens at the Cleveland Museum of Art this Sunday, Feb. 19th. The largest collection of the Dutch master's paintings assembled in America in a century, it is a comprehensive history of the painter's reception and interpretation in the States. It features one of Rembrandt's earliest finished works, 'The Operation (Touch),' dating to 1624, and represents a more colorful time in the artist's career, before chiaroscuro. One of the Amsterdam's most sought-after portrait painters, included are a number of important portraits from his early career and three of his most celebrated, painstakingly detailed self-portraits (one from 1659 is pictured.)
Tickets for the exhibition are $14 for adults, $12 for seniors and students, and $7 for children five and older. The exhibition will run through May 28th. 11150 East Blvd. in University Circle. Visit clevelandart.org for more information.