Rembrandt: Schilderijen Bijeengebracht ter Gelegenheid van de Inhuldiging van Hare Majesteit Koningin Wilhelmina, Stedelij Museum, Amsterdam, 1898
The cloth cover of the Rembrandt exhibition folio is stamped with gilt lettering.
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Portrait of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands sometime after her coronation.
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Plans for the Stedelijk Museum’s exterior and interior. (Credit: Stichting Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam)
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Transfer of Nightwatch from the Rijksmuseum to the Stedelijk Museum for the Rembrandt exhibition, August 30, 1898.
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Moving the Rijksmuseum’s Nightwatch into the Stedelijk Museum through a window for the Rembrandt exhibition. (Credit: Stichting Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam)
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Room 26 with view of Cabinet 25. Drawings were exhibited in Room 26. There is a view of Cabinet 25 through the doorway, and Portrait of an Old Woman Cutting Her Nails, now in the collection of The Metropolitan Museum of Art, can be seen on the right.