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The Bathsheba at Her Bath finished in depicts Bathsheba, wife of Uriah the Hittite at the moment she was seen by King David from the roof of his palace.
According to the Biblical story, David had her then brought to him to sleep with her. Since she became pregnant, David recalled her husband from the army, hoping that he would sleep with his wife and think that he is the father of the child.
The painting is today displayed in the Louvre Museum in Paris. The Conspiracy of Claudius Civilis was commissioned for the new Town Hall in Amsterdam but it was soon returned to Rembrandt who dramatically cut it down to one quarter of the original size and slightly modified it in order to make it easier to sell.
In the 18th century, the painting was acquired by the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts that later deposited it in the National Museum in Stockholm where it has remained ever since.
The exception is the man wearing calotte in the back who is a servant. The painting was commissioned by the Amsterdam Drapers Guild for their guild hall that housed it until the early s.
The Return of the Prodigal Son is among the last works of the celebrated Dutch painter and is believed to be completed shortly before his death.
The life-sized painting depicts the Biblical story of the prodigal son at the moment he returns to his father, regretting his sins and begging for forgiveness.
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Wikimedia Commons. Kupferstichkabinett Berlin. The drawing is related to the painting W Rijksmuseum Amsterdam. Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen , Rotterdam.
Kupferstichkabinett, Dresden. The drawing is related to the etching B Indented for transfer to the etching B National Gallery of Art , Washington.
Metropolitan Museum of Art , New York. June 8, Considered to be a preparatory drawing for the painting W88b. Inscribed on the reverse Regarded as a preparatory drawing for the painting W Staatliche Graphische Sammlung München.
Related to a lost painting by Rembrandt that was reproduced in a print by his associate Jan van Vliet in The drawing is related to the etchings B, B, B National Gallery of Victoria , Melbourne.
Inscribed een dijvoot thresoor dat in een fijn harte bewaert wert tot troost harer beleevende siel. The drawing is related to painting W The drawing is related to the etchings B and B One third of his etchings are of religious subjects, many treated with a homely simplicity, whilst others are his most monumental prints.
A few erotic, or just obscene, compositions have no equivalent in his paintings. His original draughtsmanship has been described as an individualistic art style that was very similar to East Asian old masters, most notably Chinese masters:  a "combination of formal clarity and calligraphic vitality in the movement of pen or brush that is closer to Chinese painting in technique and feeling than to anything in European art before the twentieth century".
Rembrandt was interested in Mughal miniatures , especially around the s. He drew versions of some 23 Mughal paintings, and may have owned an album of them.
They may also have influenced the costumes and other aspects of his works. This picture was called De Nachtwacht by the Dutch and The Night Watch by Sir Joshua Reynolds because by the 18th century the picture was so dimmed and defaced that it was almost indistinguishable, and it looked quite like a night scene.
After it was cleaned, it was discovered to represent broad day—a party of musketeers stepping from a gloomy courtyard into the blinding sunlight.
The piece was commissioned for the new hall of the Kloveniersdoelen , the musketeer branch of the civic militia. Rembrandt departed from convention, which ordered that such genre pieces should be stately and formal, rather a line-up than an action scene.
Instead he showed the militia readying themselves to embark on a mission what kind of mission, an ordinary patrol or some special event, is a matter of debate.
Contrary to what is often said, the work was hailed as a success from the beginning. The painting is now in the Rijksmuseum. In the Rembrandt Research Project began under the sponsorship of the Netherlands Organization for the Advancement of Scientific Research; it was initially expected to last a highly optimistic ten years.
As a result of their findings, many paintings that were previously attributed to Rembrandt have been removed from their list, although others have been added back.
Rembrandt's authorship had been questioned by at least one scholar, Alfred von Wurzbach, at the beginning of the twentieth century, but for many decades later most scholars, including the foremost authority writing in English, Julius S.
Held , agreed that it was indeed by the master. In the s, however, Dr. Josua Bruyn of the Foundation Rembrandt Research Project cautiously and tentatively attributed the painting to one of Rembrandt's closest and most talented pupils, Willem Drost , about whom little is known.
But Bruyn's remained a minority opinion, the suggestion of Drost's authorship is now generally rejected, and the Frick itself never changed its own attribution, the label still reading "Rembrandt" and not "attributed to" or "school of".
More recent opinion has shifted even more decisively in favor of the Frick, with Simon Schama in his book Rembrandt's Eyes and the Rembrandt Project scholar Ernst van de Wetering Melbourne Symposium, both arguing for attribution to the master.
Those few scholars who still question Rembrandt's authorship feel that the execution is uneven, and favour different attributions for different parts of the work.
A similar issue was raised by Simon Schama in his book Rembrandt's Eyes concerning the verification of titles associated with the subject matter depicted in Rembrandt's works.
For example, the exact subject being portrayed in Aristotle with a Bust of Homer recently retitled by curators at the Metropolitan Museum has been directly challenged by Schama applying the scholarship of Paul Crenshaw.
Another painting, Pilate Washing His Hands , is also of questionable attribution. Critical opinion of this picture has varied since , when Wilhelm von Bode described it as "a somewhat abnormal work" by Rembrandt.
Scholars have since dated the painting to the s and assigned it to an anonymous pupil, possibly Aert de Gelder.
The composition bears superficial resemblance to mature works by Rembrandt but lacks the master's command of illumination and modeling.
The attribution and re-attribution work is ongoing. The painting needs to be seen in terms of Rembrandt's experimentation".
This was highlighted much earlier by Nigel Konstam who studied Rembrandt throughout his career. Rembrandt's own studio practice is a major factor in the difficulty of attribution, since, like many masters before him, he encouraged his students to copy his paintings, sometimes finishing or retouching them to be sold as originals, and sometimes selling them as authorized copies.
Additionally, his style proved easy enough for his most talented students to emulate. Further complicating matters is the uneven quality of some of Rembrandt's own work, and his frequent stylistic evolutions and experiments.
Technical investigation of Rembrandt's paintings in the possession of the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister  and in the Gemäldegalerie Alte Meister Kassel  has been conducted by Hermann Kühn in The pigment analyses of some thirty paintings have shown that Rembrandt's palette consisted of the following pigments: lead white , various ochres , Vandyke brown, bone black , charcoal black , lamp black , vermilion , madder lake , azurite , ultramarine , yellow lake and lead-tin-yellow.
One painting Saskia van Uylenburgh as Flora  reportedly contains gamboge. Rembrandt very rarely used pure blue or green colors, the most pronounced exception being Belshazzar's Feast   in the National Gallery in London.
The book by Bomford  describes more recent technical investigations and pigment analyses of Rembrandt's paintings predominantly in the National Gallery in London.
The entire array of pigments employed by Rembrandt can be found at ColourLex. Roughly speaking, his earliest signatures c.
In , he used this monogram early in the year, then added his family name to it, "RHL-van Rijn", but replaced this form in that same year and began using his first name alone with its original spelling, "Rembrant".
This change is purely visual; it does not change the way his name is pronounced. Curiously enough, despite the large number of paintings and etchings signed with this modified first name, most of the documents that mentioned him during his lifetime retained the original "Rembrant" spelling.
Note: the rough chronology of signature forms above applies to the paintings, and to a lesser degree to the etchings; from , presumably, there is only one etching signed "RHL-v.
Rembrandt ran a large workshop and had many pupils. The list of Rembrandt pupils from his period in Leiden as well as his time in Amsterdam is quite long, mostly because his influence on painters around him was so great that it is difficult to tell whether someone worked for him in his studio or just copied his style for patrons eager to acquire a Rembrandt.
The Royal Castle in Warsaw displays two paintings by Rembrandt. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. The Rembrandt House Museum in central Amsterdam in the house he bought at the height of his success, has furnishings that are mostly not original, but period pieces comparable to those Rembrandt might have had, and paintings reflecting Rembrandt's use of the house for art dealing.
His printmaking studio has been set up with a printing press, where replica prints are printed. The museum has a few Rembrandt paintings, many loaned, but an important collection of his prints, a good selection of which are on rotating display.
All major print rooms have large collections of Rembrandt prints, although as some exist in only a single impression, no collection is complete.
The degree to which these collections are displayed to the public, or can easily be viewed by them in the print room, varies greatly.
All honor to thee, my Rembrandt! To have carried Illium, indeed all Asia, to Italy is a lesser achievement than to have brought the laurels of Greece and Italy to Holland, the achievement of a Dutchman who has seldom ventured outside the walls of his native city Rembrandt is one of the most famous   and the best expertly researched visual artists in history.
Field of Rembrandt studies —as an academic field in its own right with many notable connoisseurs and scholars  —has been very dynamic since the Dutch Golden Age.
According to art historian and Rembrandt scholar Stephanie Dickey:. In his home city of Leiden and in Amsterdam, where he worked for nearly forty years, he mentored generations of other painters and produced a body of work that has never ceased to attract admiration, critique, and interpretation.
Rembrandt's art is a key component in any study of the Dutch Golden Age, and his membership in the canon of artistic genius is well established, but he is also a figure whose significance transcends specialist interest.
Literary critics have pondered "Rembrandt" as a "cultural text"; novelists, playwrights, and filmmakers have romanticized his life, and in popular culture, his name has become synonymous with excellence for products and services, ranging from toothpaste to self-help advice.
What are you thinking of, my friend! It is with justice that they call Rembrandt—magician—that's no easy occupation. Although Rembrandt was not Jewish, he has had a considerable influence on many modern Jewish artists, writers and scholars art critics and art historians in particular.
They don't understand me. I am a stranger to them," and he added, "I'm certain Rembrandt loves me. By Rembrandt was already a powerful figure, projecting from historical past into the present with such a strength that he could not be simply overlooked or passed by.
The great shadow of the old master required a decided attitude. A late Romantic painter and critic, like Fromentin was, if he happened not to like some of Rembrandt's pictures, he felt obliged to justify his feeling.
The greatness of the dramatic old master was for artists of about not a matter for doubt. When Fromentin realized his inability to like some of the works by Rembrandt he formulated the following comments: 'I even do not dare to write down such a blasphemy; I would get ridiculed if this is disclosed'.
It is a blasphemy which would make hair raise on the heads of all the academic painters'. In the blasphemy was to put Rembrandt above Raphael.
In the blasphemy was not to admire everything Rembrandt had ever produced. Between these two dates, the appreciation of Rembrandt reached its turning point and since that time he was never deprived of the high rank in the art world.
Rembrandt has also been one of the most controversial visual artists in history. I secretly thought I would have been Rembrandt by then.
I don't believe in genius. I believe in freedom. I think anyone can do it. Anyone can be like Rembrandt Picasso , Michelangelo , possibly, might be verging on genius, but I don't think a painter like Rembrandt is a genius.
It's about freedom and guts. It's about looking. It can be learned. That's the great thing about art.
Anybody can do it if you just believe. With practice, you can make great paintings. There are Rembrandt restaurants, Rembrandt hotels, art supplies and other things that are more obvious.
But then there's Rembrandt toothpaste. Why on Earth would somebody name a toothpaste after this artist who's known for his really dark tonalities?
It doesn't make a lot of sense. But I think it's because his name has become synonymous with quality. It's even a verb—there's a term in underworld slang, 'to be Rembrandted,' which means to be framed for a crime.
And people in the cinema world use it to mean pictorial effects that are overdone. He's just everywhere, and people who don't know anything, who wouldn't recognize a Rembrandt painting if they tripped over it, you say the name Rembrandt and they already know that this is a great artist.
He's become a synonym for greatness. DeMille had experimented with lighting instruments borrowed from a Los Angeles opera house. When business partner Sam Goldwyn saw a scene in which only half an actor's face was illuminated, he feared the exhibitors would pay only half the price for the picture.
DeMille remonstrated that it was Rembrandt lighting. A young Rembrandt , c. Partly an exercise in chiaroscuro. Self-Portrait in a Gorget , c. Self-portrait , , Nationalmuseum , Stockholm.
Self-portrait at the age of 34 , , National Gallery , London. Self-Portrait , oil on canvas, Kunsthistorisches Museum , Vienna.
Self-portrait , Vienna c. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. Self-Portrait , Self-Portrait as Zeuxis , c. One of 2 painted self-portraits in which Rembrandt is turned to the left.
Self-Portrait with Two Circles , c. Kenwood House , London. Self-portrait at the age of 63 , dated , the year he died. National Gallery, London.
Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem , c. Andromeda , Circa The Philosopher in Meditation , Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Sacrifice of Isaac , The Blinding of Samson , , which Rembrandt gave to Huyghens.
Belshassar's Feast , Joseph's Dream , c. Susanna and the Elders , Young Girl at the Window , Portrait of Jan Six , a wealthy friend of Rembrandt, Bathsheba at Her Bath , modelled by Hendrickje, A Woman Bathing in a Stream , modelled by Hendrickje, Pallas Athene , c.
The Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Deijman , Jacob Blessing the Sons of Joseph , Ahasuerus and Haman at the Feast of Esther , Saint Bartholomew , , J.
Paul Getty Museum. The Syndics of the Drapers' Guild , The Conspiracy of Claudius Civilis cut-down , — Lucretia , Minneapolis Institute of Art.
The Return of the Prodigal Son , detail, c. Self-portrait in a cap, with eyes wide open , , etching and burin. Suzannah and the Elders , , drawing in Sanguine on paper, Kupferstichkabinett Berlin.
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