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There are few artists with a more famous face than Rembrandt.Four large self-portraits gaze at visitors entering a mammoth new Rembrandt show at London's National Gallery. The artist looks by turns quizzical, stoic and defiant, and the exhibition seeks to show that even this best-known of artists was a man of surprising facets.Organized with Amsterdam's Rijksmuseum – where the show travels in February, after its London run – the exhibition includes more than 90 paintings, drawings and prints from collections around the world.Fashion designer Zandra Rhodes – subject of a Rembrandt-style portrait by photographer Rankin for a project that accompanies the exhibition – said it was the depth of Rembrandt's images that set him apart.
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