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Rijksmuseum presents Hercules Segers retrospective

On 7 October 2016 the Rijksmuseum opensed the first full retrospective of the work of Hercules Segers, one of the most mysterious and experimental artists of the Golden Age. His strange and wonderful mountain landscapes and endless vistas bear witness to an unbounded imagination. Segers was a truly pioneering etcher, developing wholly individual, arcane techniques for his colourful etchings.
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