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The full schedule of paintings...
The spectacles seller (‘Sight’)  c. 1624
Museum De Lakenhal, Leiden
Panel; 21 x 17.8 cm
Christ driving the money-changers 
from the Temple  c. 1625
The Pushkin State Museum of Fine Arts, Moscow
Panel; 43.1 x 32 cm
Musical company   1626
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 
Panel; 63.4 x 47.6 cm
Balaam and the ass  1626 
Musée Cognacq-Jay, Paris. 
Panel; 63.2 x 46.5 cm
Tobit accusing Anna of stealing the kid  1626
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 
Panel; 40.1 x 29.9 cm
The rich man from the parable of the rich fool  1627
Gemäldegalerie, Berlin. 
Panel; 31.7 x 42.5 cm
The apostle Paul in prison  1627
Staatsgalerie Stuttgart. 
Panel; 72.8 x 60.2 cm
Two old men disputing (Peter and Paul)  1628
National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne. 
Panel; 72.3 x 59.5 cm
Judas repentant returning the pieces of silver   1629
Private collection
Panel; 79 x 102.3 cm
Lighting study in the mirror  c. 1628
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. 
Panel; 22.6 x 18.7 cm
Self-portrait  1629
Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. 
Panel; 22.2 x 16.6 cm
Self-portrait with beret and 
gathered shirt (stilus mediocris) 1630
Nationalmuseum, Stockholm. 
Gilded copper; 15 x 12.2 cm
The anatomy lesson of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp  1632
Mauritshuis, The Hague. 
Canvas; 169.5 x 216.5 cm
Diana bathing with her nymphs with the stories of Actaeon and Callisto  
c. 1634
Museum Wasserburg, Anholt. 
Canvas; 73.5 x 93.5 cm
Christ in the storm on the Lake of Galilee  1633
Whereabouts unknown. 
Canvas; 160 x 128
Portrait of a married couple  1633
Whereabouts unknown. 
Canvas; 131,5 x 109 cm
The birth of Christ  1646
Alte Pinakothek, München. Canvas; 92 x 71 cm 
Copy after Rembrandt’s (lost) 
Circumsision   1646
Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Braunschweig. Canvas;
98 x 71 cm
The rising of the cross  1633
Alte Pinakothek, Munich. 
Canvas 95.7 x 72.2 cm
Christ and the crucifix   1631
Parish church, Le Mas d’ Agenais.
Canvas, originally on panel; 99.9 x 72.6 cm


The Descent from the cross  1632/33
Alte Pinakothek, München. 
Spanish cedar panel; 89.6 x 65 cm 
The Entombment   1635/39
Alte Pinakothek, München. 
Canvas; 92.6 x 68.9 cm 
The Resurrection  1639 
Alte Pinakothek, München. 
Canvas; 92.9 x 67 cm
Ascension   1636
Alte Pinakothek, München. 
Canvas; 93 x 68.7 cm 
John the Baptist preaching  1634/35
Gemäldegalerie, Berlin. 
Canvas (enlarged stuck on panel); 62.7 x 81.1 cm
Rembrandt and pupil
Man in oriental costume  c. 1633/1634
Washington National Gallery. 
Canvas (reducid in size); 98 x 74,3 cm
Flora  1634
The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg.
Canvas; 125 x 101 cm
The Prodigal Son in the tavern  c. 1635
Staatliche Kunstsammlungen, Dresden. 
Canvas; 161 x 131 cm
Danae  c. 1636 & 1643 
(before the damage in 1985)
The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg
Canvas (cropped on all sides); 185 x 203 cm
The Standard-Bearer  1636
Private collection. 
Canvas; 118.8 cm x 96.8 cm
The angel Raphael leaving Tobit and 
his family  1637
Musée du Louvre, Paris. 
Panel; 66 x 52 cm
A young woman at her miror   1638 
The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg
Panel (later additions above and below digitally removed);
24.5 x 32.5 cm
The risen Christ appearing as a 
gardener to Mary Magdalene  1638
The Royal Collection, London. 
Panel; 61 x 49.5 cm
Portrait of Herman Doomer
(companion piece to 208), 1640

The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
Panel; 75 x 55.3 cm
Portrait of Baertje Martens 
(companion piece to 207)  c. 1640
The State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg 
Panel; 75.1 x 55.9 cm
Girl in a picture frame  1641 
Royal Castle, Warsaw
Poplar panel; 104 x 76 cm
The Company of Captain Frans 
Banning Cocq and lieutenant Willem van Ruytenburch
preparing to march out, known as the Nightwatch  1642
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Canvas; restored version 388.4 x 504.6 cm
Sarah waiting for Tobias  c. 1643
National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh
Canvas on panel; 81.2 x 67.9 cm


Girl leaning on a stone window sill  1645
Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
Canvas; 81.6 x 66 cm
The Mill
(reconstructed to its hypothetical original size)   
c. 1645/47
The National Gallery, Washington
Original canvas; 87.6 x 105.6 cm
(Reconstruction by Prof. Van de Wetering
102 x 138.5 cm)
Winter landscape  1646 
Staatliche Museen, Kassel
Panel; 17 x 23 cm
Nocturnal landscape with the rest during
the flight into Egypt  1647
National Gallery of Ireland, Dublin
Panel of tropical wood; 33.8 x 47.8 cm
An old man in an armchair  1652
National Gallery, London
Canvas; 111 x 88 cm
The Polish Rider    c. 1655
The Frick Collection, New York
Canvas; 116.8 x 134.9 cm
Portrait of Jan Six   1654
Six Foundation, Amsterdam
Canvas; 112 x 102 cm
Woman at an open half-door   c. 1655
Gemäldegalerie, Berlin
Canvas; 88.5 x 67 cm
Jacob blessing the children of Joseph 1656
Gemäldegalerie, Kassel
Canvas; 175 x 210.5 cm
Unfinished portrait of a boy  c. 1656
The Norton Simon Museum of Art Pasadena
Canvas; 65 x 56 cm
Lightning study with Hendrickje 
Stoffels in a silk gown as a model  
c. 1659
Städelscheskunstinstitu Kunstinstitt
(on loan from the BRD) , Frankfurt
Panel; 72.5 x 51.5 cm.
Self-portrait with beret and raised collar 
National Gallery of Scotland, Edinburgh
Canvas; 50 x 42.5 cm
Titus van Rijn smiling  1660
The Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore
Canvas 81.3 x 68.7 cm
Portrait of the Syndics of the 
Amsterdam Clothmakers’ guild,
known as  the Staalmeesters   1662
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Canvas; 191.5 x 279 cm
The Jewish Bride  c. 1665
Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam
Canvas; 121.5 x 166.5 cm
Family portrait  c. 1665
Herzog Anton Ulrich-Museum, Braunschweig
Canvas; 126 x 167 cm
Self-portrait with two circles  
c. 1665/69
Kenwood House, The Iveagh Bequest, London
Canvas; 114.3 x 94 cm
Rembrandt’s last self-portrait  1669
Mauritshuis, The Hague 
Canvas; 63.5 x 57.8 cm
Simeon’s song of praise  c. 1669
Nationalmuseum, Stockholm
Canvas; 98.5 x 79.5 cm

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