A visitor poses with artist Rembrandt's artwork "Portrait of a Man With Arms Akimbo" at the Frieze Masters in London October 14, 2014. REUTERS/Luke MacGregor
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An extraordinary exhibition into the later works of Rembrandt opened at the National Gallery in London on Wednesday, revealing the energy, innovation and empathy of the Dutch master right up to his death.Featuring about 40 paintings, 20 drawings and 30 prints loaned from collections around the world, "Rembrandt: The Late Works" is the first in-depth exploration into the final stage of the artist's career.The exhibition has been curated in close cooperation with the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, which has many of Rembrandt's works and which will show the exhibition from February to May next year.The exhibition runs from Wednesday to January 18 in London, and at the Rijksmuseum from February 12 to May 17 .
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