The Rijksmuseum aims to connect people, art and history. Hence the surprising collection of useful utensils and accessories with prints or excerpts from old Dutch masterpieces. Making art a little more accessible!
Get acquainted with the most beautiful masterpieces from the Rijksmuseum in a playful way. This Playmobil version of Rembrandt painting his own portrait is a must-have for every Playmobil enthusiast, all admirers of Rembrandt's work or anyone who wants a memento of his or her visit to the Rijksmuseum. You can also play with the miniature version of Rembrandt. Art becomes child's play!
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Playmobil 70456 - Rembrandt Self-portrait
May we introduce you to the miniature version of Rembrandt van Rijn painting his own portrait. Just stepped out of the Rijksmuseum to enter the world of Playmobil. With Rembrandt, art becomes a joyful child's play. An indispensable collector's item for all Playmobil and Rembrandt fans!
About Marten and Oopjen
Marten Soolmans posed for Rembrandt van Rijn in 1643, to be forever immortalised. It was commonplace for wealthy people of that time to commission a portrait of themselves. However, a portrait by Rembrandt, the most sought-after painter of that time, was only reserved for the wealthiest. As an acquaintance of Rembrandt and the son of a wealthy Flemish immigrant, that owned a successful sugar factory in Amsterdam, Marten was lucky. Self-assured and dolled up as always, he posed. Oopjen already lived in Amsterdam. She came from a wealthy family of traders in grain and gunpowder, and her father wielded a lot of influence in Amsterdam. Oopjen wore a less-decorated robe, but her black silk dress and jewellery show the quality and richness of that time. The original portraits of Marten and Oopjen are on display in the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.
Rijksmuseum and Playmobil
To make art accessible to the widest possible audience, the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam has joined forces with the German toy company Playmobil. Together with designer Frederik Roijé they have created three Playmobil sets based on the paintings The Night Watch, ‘Marten and Oopjen’ and The Milkmaid as an introduction to art for a young audience.
|Brand||: Rijksmuseum, Playmobil|
|Design||: Self portrait|
|Box size||: 15 x 10 x 5 cm (l x b x h)|
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