Born during the Golden Age of the Dutch Republic, Rembrandt is one of the most influential painters and printmakers in Western history. Well known as a graphic artist during his lifetime, Rembrandt’s etchings are still widely collected and routinely exhibited, forming an important part of every major Western museum’s collection.
Virgin & Child with the Cat and Snake, c. 1654
Etching on laid paper
Self Portrait Drawing at a Window – Sold, 1648
Etching with drypoint
Presentation in the Temple, c. 1639
Etching with drypoint on laid paper
Christ Disputing Among the Doctors – Sold, 1654