Rembrandt, Grotius and Menasseh:   Visuality and Religious Toleration
Rembrandt  Belshazzar’s Feast, ca. 1635
Rembrandt, The Anatamoy Lesson of Dr Tulp, 1632
3: Rembrandt’s home from 1639 1: Home of Menessah ben Israel,  12: Home of Spinoza family 13: Talmud Torah Synagogue
Gerrit  Berckheyde View on the  Grand and Portuguese Synogogue in Amsterdam, ca. 1680
Rembrandt Portrait of  young Jew, 1663
Rembrandt Portrait of a Couple (Isaac and Rebecca?) known as ‘the Jewish Bride’, ca. 1666
Rembrandt  The Synagogue of the  Jews, 1648
Michiel Jansz. van Miereveld Hugo Grotius, 1631
Rembrandt and Grotius Johannes Uytenbogaert, 1635
Menasseh ben Israel
Menasseh ben Israel Piedra Gloriosa, 1655 (titlepage)
 
 
Rembrandt The Presentation of Christ, ca. 1654
Rembrandt Abraham entertaining the Angels, 1656
Emanuel de Witte Interior of the  Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam, 1680
Rembrandt The Triumph of Mordechai, ca. 1641
Rembrandt, The Preaching of John the Baptist, ca. 1634
Rembrandt, Christ Preaching (The Hundred Guilder Print) c. 1649
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Rembrandt, Grotius and Menasseh: Visuality and Religious Toleration

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Slides to accompany the lecture given by Martin van Gelderen at the Sussex Centre for Intellectual History, on 'Rembrandt, Grotius and Menasseh: Visuality and Religious Toleration'. Not for citation without the author's permission.

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Rembrandt, Grotius and Menasseh: Visuality and Religious Toleration

  1. 1. Rembrandt, Grotius and Menasseh: Visuality and Religious Toleration
  2. 2. Rembrandt Belshazzar’s Feast, ca. 1635
  3. 3. Rembrandt, The Anatamoy Lesson of Dr Tulp, 1632
  4. 4. 3: Rembrandt’s home from 1639 1: Home of Menessah ben Israel, 12: Home of Spinoza family 13: Talmud Torah Synagogue
  5. 5. Gerrit Berckheyde View on the Grand and Portuguese Synogogue in Amsterdam, ca. 1680
  6. 6. Rembrandt Portrait of young Jew, 1663
  7. 7. Rembrandt Portrait of a Couple (Isaac and Rebecca?) known as ‘the Jewish Bride’, ca. 1666
  8. 8. Rembrandt The Synagogue of the Jews, 1648
  9. 9. Michiel Jansz. van Miereveld Hugo Grotius, 1631
  10. 10. Rembrandt and Grotius Johannes Uytenbogaert, 1635
  11. 11. Menasseh ben Israel
  12. 12. Menasseh ben Israel Piedra Gloriosa, 1655 (titlepage)
  13. 15. Rembrandt The Presentation of Christ, ca. 1654
  14. 16. Rembrandt Abraham entertaining the Angels, 1656
  15. 17. Emanuel de Witte Interior of the Portuguese Synagogue in Amsterdam, 1680
  16. 18. Rembrandt The Triumph of Mordechai, ca. 1641
  17. 19. Rembrandt, The Preaching of John the Baptist, ca. 1634
  18. 20. Rembrandt, Christ Preaching (The Hundred Guilder Print) c. 1649

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