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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.

awesome! i want to try etching

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Sophia Clarkin - 10.29.2011 - 1:39 PM
i loved how you drew it.

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ciara bradley - 10.29.2011 - 1:39 PM
it was a unique and powerful eexhibit

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Keegan Bradley - 10.29.2011 - 1:34 PM
I'm very dissappointed....there's no naked pictures.:(

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MM - 10.29.2011 - 1:29 PM
So, it was interesting, I especially liked the video showing how Rembrandt was able to make his prints, a very good exhibit not to be missed.

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NumNum - 10.29.2011 - 12:39 PM
i loved it so much!

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sonia - 10.29.2011 - 12:35 PM
MY MOM DRAGGED ME HERE

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nick - 10.29.2011 - 12:09 PM
I liked how there were many of the same pictures repeated

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Anonymous - 10.29.2011 - 12:07 PM
After viewing Rembrandt's "Faces of Christ," I have come out with a greater appreciation for the arts of the 17th century. My studies of this time period's art work have been greatly enhanced by this exhibition. I learned so much from viewing Rembrandt's works.

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Chunk - 10.29.2011 - 11:55 AM
This exhibit was a waste of my life and I am quite saddened that I will never get that time back. I could cry about how boring this was. I would NEVER recommend this to anyone!!!!!!!! I want my money back!!!!!!!!!

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Merdy - 10.29.2011 - 11:50 AM
I loved this art exhibit!

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Meg - 10.29.2011 - 11:46 AM
Well composed and focused.

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Robyn - 10.29.2011 - 11:45 AM
we brought the entire family and we all enjoyed it. We are happy that you are selling cookies and chocolate in the store. Yeah. Seriously, the painting by Rembrant were wonderful. Wonderful light for the world from God who loves us all. Peace, love, forgiveness and joy from our Savior.

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FAmily Man - 10.29.2011 - 11:16 AM
thought it was actually quite boring, but for a few pieces. would not recommend to any one. Didn't expect to see so many pictures by his students.

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jamey - 10.29.2011 - 10:56 AM
Fantastic exhibit, very nice

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Haydee rojas - 10.28.2011 - 8:11 PM
WONDERFUL! A FRIDAY NIGHT OF ENLIGHTENMENT AND OPENING OUR MINDS TO THE MANY FACES AND PERSONAS OF JESUS CHRIST! THE WAY THAT LIGHT WAS USED TO SHOW THE AWARENESS OF THE LORD.... IN ADDITION, WHEN THE DISCIPLES LEARN OF WHO HE IS, IS ALMOST LIKE WHEN PEOPLE BECOME REBORN!

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JEFF AND NICOLE - 10.28.2011 - 8:11 PM
This really warmed my heart was glad I was able to see it before it was to late

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Cristal Dior - 10.28.2011 - 6:40 PM
As usual, I was not disappointed. I enjoyed the extremely realistic depiction of Christ-which, surprisingly, reminded me a bit of James Caviezel; it was a WELCOMED change from the overly pastel looking paintings. Also, Rembrandt was crazy with just a pen and paper. It really was lovely. Will recommend it to all I know in every city it visits. -CFranklin

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CFranklin - 10.28.2011 - 6:40 PM
it was nice

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tim - 10.28.2011 - 6:18 PM
Very good. I agree with Bensignor, it was more a "faces of rembrandt"...which is why I liked it! Learned a lot, still think it odd that those in the day thought it was shocking to use a Jewish person as a model. How ethnocentric of them.

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sheryl - 10.28.2011 - 4:23 PM

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