16 Sept-27 Nov. The Ashmolean displays The Senses, the earliest surviving works by Rembrandt (1606–1669).
The four panels depict allegorical representations of Sight, Touch, Hearing and Smell, and were painted around 1624-25, when the artist was aged about 18.
The fifth painting, Taste, remains missing. This is the first time that the four surviving works have been shown together in public, following last year's rediscovery of Smell.
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