Through December 13

Rembrandt: Guest of Honor

From now through December 13, Rembrandt's Self-Portrait with Shaded Eyes is on loan from the Leiden Collection in New York. Free with general museum admission in the Dutch galleries.

Rembrandt: Guest of Honor

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Through September 20

Very Important Puppets

Including the original Howdy Doody marionette, Venetian comedia del arte and American colonial era Punch and Judy hand puppets

VIPs from the Paul McPharlin Puppetry Collection

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Through October 31, 2015

Inside|Out

DIA's Inside|Out program returns for
the sixth year in a row! DIA reproductions of
art in your community

Inside|Out Summer 2015

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Staff Picks

Jan van Eyck: Saint Jerome in His Study

Jan van Eyck

Saint Jerome in His Study, c. 1435

“Although I have many, one of my favorites is Saint Jerome in his study (and not just because he is the patron saint of libraries). I am always struck by how this tiny painting has such a large visual impact with its vivid jewel-toned colors and detailed imagery. The fun thing about this painting is learning what the objects surrounding Saint Jerome symbolize. It’s like trying to solve a puzzle. ”

Maria Ketcham, Head Librarian

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