Past Event

Thursday, February 20, 2001

Thirty Years of the Rembrandt Research Project:The Tension Between Science and Connoisseurship in Authenticating Art

The Rembrandt Research Project (RRP) was established in 1968 to reexamine the more than 600 paintings then attributed to Rembrandt and compile a catalogue of his work. Its findings have, at times, been controversial. The IFAR Evening was the first opportunity in the U.S. in more than ten years to hear its Chairman, Ernst van de Wetering, speak on the Project's findings. An article by Professor van de Wetering expanding on his talk appears in IFAR Journal , Volume 4, Number 2.

Event Speaker(s)

Ernst van de Wetering

Chairman of the Rembrandt Research Project