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{excerpt}First dataset to be incorporated in (but it's very small). See [Rembrandt data]{excerpt}


h1. Introduction
- pilot project, funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation as part of a larger initiative to create new digital assets that interface with those of other institutions and to foster international collaboration and the sharing of information and expertise
- test installation: []
- project description: [^Rembrandt Database 2-23-09.pdf]
- description at RKD: []
- reserved domain: [] (.com/.net/.eu/.nl).
For now just redirects to the above. To be used in RS URLs.
- collaboration of:
-- Netherlands Institute for Art History ([Rijksbureau voor Kunsthistorische Documentatie|Rkd@wikipedia]) RKD
-- Royal Picture Gallery Mauritshuis (Maurice House) in The Hague ([Koninklijk Kabinet van Schilderijen Mauritshuis|Mauritshuis@wikipedia])

h2. Official Launch
As of 9/19/2012, The Rembrandt Database is online at [].

The Rembrandt Database is a freely accessible English-language website containing research material – texts, images and other research data – on paintings by Rembrandt or attributed to him, either now or in the past, from multiple institutions The Rembrandt Database aims to become the first port of call for those researching Rembrandt’s paintings. The Rembrandt Database focuses in particular on making available the body of visual and textual material that has arisen from the technical analysis and treatment of the paintings.

After a long period of behind-the-scenes work on cataloguing, digitizing and describing documentation, entering art-historical data and developing the database and the user interface, the website can now be seen by everyone for the first time. It is still in the beta stage, but will continue to be developed and will be expanded to include new functions. Much more content is already in preparation!

We want to thank The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for its generous support, all of our partners for their collaboration and all participants in the user tests for their feedback! We look forward to continuing our collaboration with (more) partners and to improve and expand this website in the next months and years.

We hope that this will be a useful tool for research on Rembrandt and that you will enjoy working with it. We appreciate your feedback.

With best wishes,

The Rembrandt Database team

Wietske Donkersloot, Edwin Buijsen, Petria Noble, Michiel Franken, Sytske Weidema, Willem ter Velde, Jan Teuben

h1. Website shots
h2. Home page
h2. Explore paintings (lightbox)
h2. Painting info
h2. Treatment reports
h2. Image comparison (with deep-zoom)