In the midst of the thoroughgoing and decade-spanning renovation that has transformed Amsterdam’s recently reopened Rijksmuseum, one notable masterpiece remains in its original spot: Rembrandt’s Night Watch still has pride of place at the center of architect Pierre Cuypers’ 1885 magnum opus. Now, the pair of adjacent antechambers that flank the Night Watch gallery are home to a stunning installation by Turner Prize-winning artist Richard Wright, who (with a little help) has hand-painted 47,000 black stars on the ceiling. Wright painted the whole thing by hand and was apparently inspired by inspired by the original 19th century decorative wall and ceiling paintings in the museum designed by its original architect, Pierre Cuypers. The patterns of the celestial bodies give the flat surface the illusion of depth; the ceiling appears to curve and bend above the heads of visitors. The work is the latest in a series of commissions in and around the museum which tie in with its restoration. The revamped museum opens to the public on April 13.