The Mauritshuis in The Hague has one of the most famous and important collections of paintings by Rembrandt in the world. In the museumwill be exhibited all eighteen canvases from the collection that are or were attributed to the master. Among them are such masterpieces as "Doctor Tulp's Anatomy Lesson" and a late self-portrait.
Nearby will be displayed works that are no longer considered the works of the artist and are rarely (if ever) exhibited. All these works together show the changing perception of Rembrandt over the centuries.