Rembrandt self-portrait from 1659 at the age of 53 : Self-portrait, Rembrandt van Rijn  Rembrandt painted this remarkable self-portrait in 1659, after he had suffered frorm personal financial collapse. Much can be read into his expression, but the painting itself is a triumph.

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Rembrandt self-portrait from 1659 at the age of 53 : Self-portrait, Rembrandt van Rijn Rembrandt painted this remarkable self-portrait in 1659, after he had suffered frorm personal financial collapse. Much can be read into his expression, but the painting itself is a triumph.

This beautiful Rembrandt portrait is lit with a soft one light source with vignette background. I was drawn to this image because of its innocent painter like style.  Photograph Ksenia by Paul Apal'kin on 500px

This beautiful Rembrandt portrait is lit with a soft one light source with vignette background. I was drawn to this image because of its innocent painter like style. Photograph Ksenia by Paul Apal'kin on 500px

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What is the point of painting! Rembrandt's paintings are so stunning! Rembrandt, Portrait of a Young Man, Oil on panel.  https://www.hotgraphics.ca

What is the point of painting! Rembrandt's paintings are so stunning! Rembrandt, Portrait of a Young Man, Oil on panel. https://www.hotgraphics.ca

'New' Rembrandt portrait to be unveiled at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire this week. Newly authenticated the painting known as The Old Rabbi was last seen in 1950.

'New' Rembrandt portrait to be unveiled at Woburn Abbey

'New' Rembrandt portrait to be unveiled at Woburn Abbey in Bedfordshire this week. Newly authenticated the painting known as The Old Rabbi was last seen in 1950.

Portrait of a Man with Magnifying Glass (detail), by Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669). This piece is interesting to me because Rembrandt was really able to capture the emotion in the man's mouth and eyes without going overboard on details.

Portrait of a Man with Magnifying Glass (detail), by Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669). This piece is interesting to me because Rembrandt was really able to capture the emotion in the man's mouth and eyes without going overboard on details.

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