The Leiden Collection, founded by Thomas S. Kaplan and Daphne Recanati Kaplan, is one of the largest and most significant private collections of seventeenth-century Dutch art in the world. It focuses on the art of Rembrandt and his School, and is named after Rembrandt’s native city of Leiden. The collection currently numbers more than 250 paintings and drawings, 177 of which are included in the present scholarly online catalogue. In addition, the website provides access to information about the Collection’s traveling exhibition, as well as news and media about the Collection and its exhibition program.
- Deep Zoom Viewer with OpenSeadragon
- Custom Artwork Library with 200 Works
- Gallery View with Digital Wall for Scale
- Exhibition Pages with Photography, Catalogue, and Artwork
- Rich Inline Links for Scholarly Work
- Archiving System for Scholarly Records
- News and Media Page