Seventeen enigmatic religious portraits by Dutch master Rembrandt van Rijn, produced in the last years of his life, have been assembled for the first time in an exhibit at the National Gallery of Art. Diane and her guests discuss the paintings and the unresolved questions they raise.

Guests

  • Arthur Wheelock curator of northern baroque painting at the National Gallery of Art and professor of art history at the University of Maryland.
  • Blake Gopnik chief art critic, "Washington Post"

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