National Gallery. Londres. 15 octobre-18 janvier 2015.
« (…) There has never been a show like this before, and if you are in London before it closes on January 18 next year, try to see it. The first in-depth exploration of the painter’s late period, this is the first time that these works have been seen together, and it is almost certainly the last, if the quality of the loans is anything to go by.
As well as paintings from the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, The Mauritshuis in the Hague, the Hammer Museum in Los Angeles, the Louvre, Paris and the Minneapolis Institute of Arts in Minnesota, to name a few, just ten days before the opening of the show the National secured from the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Sweden the vast history painting The Conspiracy of the Batavians under Claudius Civilis (c 1661—2). This is Sweden’s most prominent Rembrandt, which comes to the UK for the first time (it is not well travelled, having only visited the Rijksmuseum before). » (The Daily Beast)