Rembrandt

Rembrandt

Rembrandt Harmenson van Rijn (in Dutch: Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn) is a Dutch artist and player regarded as one of the greatest in European art history and the most significant in Dutch history. His creative work in conjunction with the economic and cultural era a boom culture known as the Dutch Golden Age. Rembrandt's style, while in many respects opposed to the prevailing Baroque at that time, is also endowed with extraordinary abundance and innovation.

In his youth, Rembrandt achieved success and fame as a portrait painter, but the older man in his life was confronted with personal things and financial difficulties. Regardless, players and paintings have remained known throughout life, his reputation as an artist is no companion, and he is a teacher of many significant Dutch artists of the next generation. Rembrandt's most creative successes can be seen in portraits of his people, self portraits and illustrations of biblical scenes. Confirm his self-portraits by creating a unique and intimate biography in which the artist analyzes himself without vanity and with utter frankness.

In your paintings and players, Rembrandt has demonstrated a knowledge of classical iconography that has been modified by his own experiences. Such a picture of biblical scenes is shaped by his knowledge of text matching, the breakdown of classical composition, and his personal observation of life in Amsterdam with a sufficiently large Jewish community.