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- n. a work by Rembrandt van Rijn
- proper n. Rembrandt van Rijn, Dutch painter and printmaker.
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- n. influential Dutch artist (1606-1669)
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Christie's will offer for sale what it calls a Rembrandt "masterpiece" in December, and expects to fetch up to $41 million in what would be an auction record for the artist.
Doctor and test scientist in Rembrandt's organisation.
One of Australia's most interesting painters was an old Aboriginal woman that didn't start painting until she was about 70 and wouldn't know a Rembrandt from a Rothko, but she painted like an angel.
Hughes mentions a few moments when Rembrandt is too real in the paragraph below ..
After giving directions to two swank, well-dressed older tourist women in Rembrandt's, I have received my Weird-Yet-Flattering Compliment of the Day: You aren't from around here either, are you?
Howard Belsey, a Rembrandt scholar who doesn't like Rembrandt, is an Englishman abroad and a long-suffering professor at Wellington, a liberal New England arts college.
Anyone with access to a specialist's art library can pull down a volume that shows changes in Rembrandt's autograph over his lifetime.
It is, in short, Rembrandt, with all the kindliest human qualities uppermost, which show us, behind the artist, the man himself.
And that's also how Jones earned the moniker Rembrandt, after the famous Dutch painter.
The painting fills a gap at the National Gallery; until recently ter Brugghen and the Caravaggisti did not fit into what Americans valued in Dutch Golden Age art, namely Rembrandt and Vermeer.
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