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.
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Negress Lying Down
Christ at Emmaus
Christ Healing the Sick
Peter and John Healing the Cripple
Christ Driving Money Changers From the Temple
The Artist’s Mother Seated
Jan Lutma, The Goldsmith
Christ Disputing with the Doctors
The Card Player - SOLD
The Pancake Women - SOLD
Joseph Telling His Dreams - SOLD
The Holy Family - SOLD
Abraham Caressing Issac - SOLD
The Angel Appearing to the Shepherds - SOLD