The Rembrandt cabinet is dedicated to the exhibition of one of the greatest private collection in the world of Rembrant's engravings. It is owned by the Glénat Fund for heritage and creation.
The Rembrandt cabinet is a museum space located in the heart of Grenoble in the former parlor of the Sainte-Cécile convent and offers a little-known facet of the Dutch genius' work.
The visitor is thus led to discover first the life of Rembrandt and then the technique of etching before entering the sanctuary of works to discover the collection of the Fonds Glénat.
Using digital tools, magnifying glasses, videos and tablets, the Rembrandt cabinet offers a digital and playful discovery of the artist's engraved work.
To extend your visit, discover also the temporary exhibitions of the moment presented in the cloisters of the Sainte-Cécile convent and freely accessible from the museum.
Renseignements au 04 76 88 75 84
Full price: 7 €
Child: 0 €
Student: 5 €.
Pour les groupes, merci de prévenir à l'accueil du cabinet Rembrandt au 04 76 88 75 84 ou email@example.com.
From 01/01 to 31/12
Opening hours on Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 10 am and 12.30 pm and between 2 pm and 5.30 pm.
Tramway B, stop Sainte-Claire-les-Halles / A (stop Hubert Dubedout) / C (stop Hôtel de Ville)