Rembrandt en ik: Season 1, Episode 4

Cornelia (14 Feb. 2011)

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Amsterdam, 1665. Rembrandt's offspring looks back at the family's tormented life, because of his refusal to sacrifice art to profit in poverty after his first wife's death. His only two ... See full summary »

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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Dragan Bakema ...
Rembrandt (archive footage)
Michiel Romeyn ...
Bram Van der Heijden ...
Jan Lievens (archive footage)
Sophie van Winden ...
Saskia van Uylenburgh (archive footage)
René van Zinnicq Bergman ...
Govert Flinck (credit only)
Sigrid ten Napel ...
Wendell Jaspers ...
Matthijs van de Sande Bakhuyzen ...
Marieke Heebink ...
Victor Löw ...
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René van Asten ...
Anne Rats ...
Derk Stenvers ...
Lisa Hartmann ...
Cornelia (8 jaar) (as Lisa Hartman)
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Amsterdam, 1665. Rembrandt's offspring looks back at the family's tormented life, because of his refusal to sacrifice art to profit in poverty after his first wife's death. His only two surviving children became cheap models, yet enjoyed the opportunity to spend time with him. Son Titus lacked father's artistic skill, but was a charming gentleman who quickly married well, had a family of his own but succumbed to disease. In order to preserve his inheritance, Rembrandt couldn't remarry so his daughter Cornelia remained a bastard. Her Platonic relationship with shy patrician nerd Jan Swammerdam was sacrificed to stay with otherwise lonely father. Written by KGF Vissers

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