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The artist Rembrandt lived in this house towards the end of his life, from 1639 until 1656, when bankruptcy forced him to sell all his possessions at auction. When the house became a museum, the auction list enabled it to be furnished with the same belongings - so it now looks pretty much as it must it did in the artist's day, providing some insight into his life and work.

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Rembrandt House Museum

The artist Rembrandt lived in this house towards the end of his life, from 1639 until 1656, when bankruptcy forced him to sell all his possessions at auction. When the house became a museum, the auction list enabled it to be furnished with the same belongings - so it now looks pretty much as it must it did in the artist's day, providing some insight into his life and work.