Vergeet me nietPortretten uit de Renaissance
- Remember Me
Exhibition 'Remember Me' from 1 October 2021 - 16 January 2022, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
> Unique overview of more than 100 enchanting portraits from international masterpieces to surprising unknown artists
> New contribution to the understanding of the Renaissance portrait
> Exhibition Remember me, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Around 1500, portraiture flourished like never before. In countless European cities major Renaissance artists like Hans Holbein II, Albrecht Dürer, Hans Memling and Antonello da Messina produced lifelike portraits at the highest artistic level. For the first time in history, they not only immortalized kings and noblemen but also, and increasingly, powerful bankers, wealthy merchants and renowned scholars. These paintings, busts, medallions, prints and drawings still bear witness to their power, status, ambitions, friendships and religious convictions.
Remember Me uses international masterpieces and surprising unknowns to tell the personal stories of the people portrayed. How did they want to be remembered? Whether they are lovers, celebrities or believers worshipping saints, the people portrayed implore the onlookers not to forget them.
ISBN 978-94-6208-649-4 | October 2021 | available | Sara van Dijk, Matthias Ubl met bijdragen van Friso Lammertse, Ilona van Tuinen | design: Irma Boom | Dutch | paperback | 23 x 29 cm | 268 pages | illustrated (175 full color) | in conjunction with: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam