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Visiting an exhibition in person is a much richer experience than visiting online. Leave a comment to share your thoughts and impressions with others about Rembrandt and the Face of Jesus.

This was amazing. Rembrandt is amazing and Jesus is even more so. Wow.

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Louisa - 9.17.2011 - 3:38 PM
I came here not knowing what we were going to see. I am very impressed how you can draw Jesus in so many different ways of art. Hopefully come back soon.

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mamalo - 9.17.2011 - 3:16 PM
I personally thought the Remembrant was intriguing. I'm in high school and I feel proud that I can still appreciate this kind of art. I'm sad that teenagers this time and age are more interested in boring things than the beauty we see everyday.

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Waka Flaka Flame - 9.17.2011 - 3:13 PM
i find it very interesting how Jesus can be depicted in so many different ways. It is impressive how Rembrandt was able to take one person and change little details to give the painting a whole mew meaning.

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marie luoise - 9.17.2011 - 3:12 PM
first timer - loved it!

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nikki - 9.17.2011 - 2:48 PM
Some of my favorite paintings of all time. Loved the prints and Emmaus.I was one of those annoying persons occasionally placing my fairly small head in front of the picture with my glasses off. Some of us need to get closer to see detail; just getting older. Sorry.

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mark - 9.17.2011 - 2:20 PM
Lovely stuff...what is particularly amusing is that we (my family) has one of the prints of Jesus preaching at the tomb (very similar to the 100 guilders print) on the wall of our living room. It was purchased by our grandfather a long time ago....probably for more than 100 guilders

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JMG - 9.17.2011 - 1:41 PM
Very well done. The narratives were just the right length. Thank you .

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Annie Laurie - 9.17.2011 - 12:37 PM
I go to the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine art and I get in to the museum for free but to get into the rembrandt show I have to pay full admission plus the ticket price for the show. why can't I just pay the difference... I would probably come to the show every couple of days if it weren't so expensive.

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Thomas - 9.17.2011 - 11:57 AM
She did totally not.

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Kyle - 9.17.2011 - 11:40 AM
I went with Kyle and he was totally not artsy enough. I knew like 3.5 times more than he did.

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EHMANN - 9.16.2011 - 8:27 PM
THE APPLE MONITORS WERE BREATHTAKING.

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STEVE J. - 9.16.2011 - 8:25 PM
BEAUTIFUL ART.AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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HANNAH - 9.16.2011 - 8:08 PM
THE ART WAS BEAUTIFUL IT WAS FUN TOO!

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SYDNEY - 9.16.2011 - 7:34 PM
i love jesus and the art

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alice - 9.16.2011 - 7:34 PM
THE ART WAS BEAUTIFUL IT WAS FUN TOO!

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SYDNEY - 9.16.2011 - 7:33 PM
that art was amazing

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charlie - 9.16.2011 - 7:31 PM
Very Jesusy. Yawn.

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Mike from Ardmore - 9.16.2011 - 6:51 PM
Great exhibit except for the annoying visitors that have to stick their big heads 2 inches right in front of the paintings and etchings. Maybe we all would like to do that but are too considerate. Maybe the painting monitors standing around could intervene. I exercised restraint but may not be so polite in the future.

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Doubtful Thomas - 9.16.2011 - 4:12 PM
they're called yarmulke's or kippah's not skullcaps

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matt s. - 9.16.2011 - 2:59 PM

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