The Rijksmuseum begins restoration of Rembrandt’s Night Watch Automatic translate
The Dutch Rijksmuseum Museum (Netherlands) will begin the restoration of Rembrandt’s painting “Night Watch”, which the whole world will be able to watch in real time (on the museum’s website). In the process of researching the canvas, the latest technologies will be used that will allow us to study at the nanoscale every millimeter of paintings and paints on canvas. To work on the project, the museum will attract international experts who will work in a specially equipped glass pavilion that will enclose the space around the painting for the work of restorers. Thus, visitors to the museum will be able to continue to enjoy the work of art, and specialists can carry out restoration work. This restoration will become one of the most ambitious and innovative not only in the entire history of the museum, but throughout history. According to preliminary data, restoration work will take 3 years.