As I wrote in an earlier post, I had the good fortune to travel through Amsterdam for a day on my way back from a company trip elsewhere in Europe. Here are some photos from that visit that I think visitors to this blog will enjoy.
I have been incredibly busy and distracted by other events in my personal life more so than ever that I haven't been able to post weekly as has been my usual trend. However, I have managed to keep up with my artistic projects so I will post those very soon. And since this isn't a travel blog, I'll err on the side of having this post be more succinct than verbose. I hope you enjoy!
One of the two entrances to museum. This one I believe is on the south side.
Interior of the hall leading up the main Rembrandt room housing his bigger paintings.
3/4 shot of the main Rembrandt room where "The Night Watch" is showcased front and center.
The other side of the Rembrandt room.
A closeup shot of the painting shown above. I still can't believe he composed so many people, hands, and faces so well, AND then painted them!
A self-portrait of Rembrandt later in his life.
And these are just a few paintings that caught my eye for varying reasons. I hope they serve to inspire you as much as they do for me.