The house on the Jodenbreestraat in Amsterdam, where Rembrandt lived for more than twenty years, was opened as a museum in 1911. The museum concentrated - with great success - on bringing together Rembrandt's graphic work. The complete collection of the Rembrandthuis, comprising more than 250 etchings as well as a number of drawings and paintings, have been included in the book. The descriptions are arranged by subject and the different chapters are all preceded by brief general introductions. The Rembrandt House includes complete technical details of all the works as well as more substantial descriptions of a large number of them. Also included is an extensive introduction about the history of this singular house and about the origins of the collection as well as the descriptive catalogue section.