Between 1639 and 1658, Rembrandt lived and worked in this gorgeous and monumental building in Amsterdam, that is a museum now. Guided by an inventory that dates back to that time, the house was renovated with furniture, art and objects from the 17th century. The Rembrandt House organizes daily etching and painting demonstrations, that reveal how the famous painter worked at the time. The Rembrandt House almost possesses Rembrandt’s entire collection of etchings. On top of that, the modern museum wing regularly hosts temporary exhibitions, with work by Rembrandt, predecessors and contemporaries.