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The Rembrandt of Dutch Architecture. The Work of Hendrik Petrus Berlage
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The Rembrandt of Dutch Architecture. The Work of Hendrik Petrus Berlage

(Hans Ibelings) The Low Countries - 1998, № 6, pp. 45-51

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Just as Rembrandt will always be associated with ‘The Night Watch', so the name of Hendrik Petrus Berlage ( 1856- 1934) is inextricably linked to the Stock Exchange in Amsterdam. This internationally renowned building is usually seen as the beginning of modern architecture in Netherlands. Berlage as a person and his work are sure of a museumised and monumentalised existence for a long time to come.

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