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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.

Beautiful show in every way - the audio show was enriching - the work presented was breathtaking - we are new to Phila. after decades in NYC - our complements to the curators - job very well done, Rev. JH

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James Barry - 10.29.2011 - 4:45 PM
That was a very interesting museum. I loved the many faces of Jesus that Rembrandt drew. It was very interesting to see all of Rembrandt's interpretations

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Evee - 10.29.2011 - 4:44 PM
The exhibit was very interesting to view. I learned a lot about the Rembrant exhibit this was great!

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Ravenne - 10.29.2011 - 4:31 PM
Deeply moving images. Still fresh after all these years.

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Kathryn and Rebecca Snyder - 10.29.2011 - 4:30 PM
The exhibit was very wonderful. It was wonderful to see the different paintings of Jesus !

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Quiara - 10.29.2011 - 4:29 PM
As usual, a wonderful exhibit. I particularly liked the music on the tape. It went beautifully with the art.

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Cecily - 10.29.2011 - 4:23 PM
the inn, the disciples, the revelation, the inn is the heartthe disciples the dimensions of the mindthe revelation finding the soulthe awakened oneness with Godthe awakened lovethe awakeningone in the body of lightone

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amazing wonder - 10.29.2011 - 4:22 PM
like the empty wall space and how simple and clean the writing and the presentation was. The etchings and dry point sketches were amazing. So much detail, and it was lovely to watch other people get really close to them...or feel awkward about getting really close to them. and this verbal diarrhea feed at the end is lovely.

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CG - 10.29.2011 - 3:52 PM
Well worth a sunday afternoon! I really enjoyed his sketch work over all!

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G - 10.29.2011 - 3:52 PM
i thought it was really neat to see the paintings!

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aubrey - 10.29.2011 - 3:44 PM
It was interesting to be in a packed room of art gazers in solemn silence. It was quieter than Church as young and old alike marveled at the union of human and the Divine.

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JTP - 10.29.2011 - 3:44 PM
I thought that it explained †hat everybody is different in †here own way.

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Jane - 10.29.2011 - 3:26 PM
this was sooooo nice. MY MOM DID NOT DRAG ME HERE, like Nick said. I think that the etching was very cool. My mom wont stop saying how much she enjoyed it a lot. Such a nice thing to do on a SNOWY DAY!

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KNL - 10.29.2011 - 3:08 PM
i liked it . it was awesome. rembrandt is sooo cool

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lg - 10.29.2011 - 2:59 PM
The experience of seeing original works in person could never be replaced. And the curation was superb. Very crowded, with good reason.

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Valerie - 10.29.2011 - 2:43 PM
Blessed are the peacemakers, for theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven.

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Daniel - 10.29.2011 - 2:42 PM
What beautiful depiction of the compassion of Christ portrayed in His eyes...

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Kathleen Cavanaugh - 10.29.2011 - 2:33 PM
Excellent exhibition. Very interesting topic and great art work. I really wish the Hundred Gilder Prints were directly next to each other instead of on opposite walls, would have been nice to see the comparison in the printing technique.

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Tom - 10.29.2011 - 2:24 PM
I saw this exhibit three times. I never expected to experience such powerful and authentic images of Jesus that were based on Biblical texts.Rembrandt was the best artist of the Reformation. His work really ties together the message of both the Old and New Testaments. The Supper at Emmaus is the most significant painting in Christianity.This exhibit was extraordinary for so many reasons.

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susan kersch - 10.29.2011 - 2:21 PM
Though I usually find art exhibits long and boring, I loved this one!The focus and the flow of the Rembrandt exhibit was exceptional. Its a great exhibit, even if you're not very religious. My favorite part was getting a bit of history while also seeing Rembrandt's evolution as an artist

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Grace - 10.29.2011 - 2:18 PM

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