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    In 1655, Rembrandt van Rijn, a Dutch painter and printer, created a painting known as, “Titus at his desk.” On a 77x63 cm canvass, Rembrandt depicted a young boy who seems as if he was attempting to accomplish his studies, but in the end, he was lost in his thought. This oil painting in essence, is a great example of the artwork done in the Baroque era. In this artifact, two of the formal elements are most noticeable to the viewer. The first one is space. This painting displays a lot of open space

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    In 1655, Rembrandt van Rijn, a Dutch painter and printer, created a painting known as, “Titus at his desk.” On a 77x63 cm canvass, Rembrandt depicted a young boy who seems as if he was attempting to accomplish his studies, but in the end, he was lost to his thought. This oil painting in essence, is a great example of the artwork done in the Baroque era. In this artifact, two of the formal elements are most noticeable to the viewer. The first being Space. This painting displays a lot of open space

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    Rembrandt van Rijn was born on July 15, 1606 in Leiden, Netherlands. He came from a large family where he was the ninth child. His father was a miller and saw to it that Rembrandt had an excellent education. Rembrandt began attending the University of Leiden, but really wanted to study art. Eventually he left school to become an apprentice to the artist Jacob van Swanenburgh. He also was a student of the painter Pieter Lastman. Company Frans Banning Cocq and Willem van Ruytenburch , known as the

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    Hovater World History 28 March 2013 Rembrandt van Rijn People consider the Dutch painter and etcher, Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, an important figure in Dutch history. He achieved success at a very early age but had personal tragedies and financial hardships in his later years. Many are familiar with Rembrandt’s reputation. Rembrandt’s works show his greatest accomplishments. Mainly his childhood and home life influenced his works. Steadfastly, Rembrandt van Rijn, the greatest Dutch portrait painter

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    The Night Watch was painted by Rembrandt van Rijn in 1642. It’s a very large painting that displayed in the Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam. It’s an oil on canvas painting, measuring nearly twelve by fourteen feet. The Night Watch was originally called The Company of Captain Frans Banning Cocq and Lieutenant Willem van Ruytenhurch. It’s a group portrait of a militia company. The title was misleading by majority of people, it is because the light and shadow on this painting seems the event was happened during

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    Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn was the premier artist in 17th century Europe during the great Golden Age of Dutch painting, well known for his Dutch Baroque style of art that lead to his title as one of the greatest painters in history. His incredible brush technique and his masterful appreciation of human nature combined to create a humongous impact on his peers as well as influencing tons of artists of later years.1 He was born on July 15, 1606, in Leiden, Netherlands, a small city located in the

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    Rembrandt Harmenszoon Van Rijn Today’s society is full of negative influences, false judgements and cruel actions that form our personalities into what society wants us to be and therefore we lose ourselves. I feel that artwork involving personal expression is a way to keep in touch with who you are. I feel it allows us to express our personal views of what we know about ourselves and not what society has portrayed us to be. It’s a form of art that draws my attention. On that note, Rembrandt

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    Rembrandt Harmenszoom van Rijn Rembrandt was best known for his self-portraits and etching works, known as the Dutch Golden Age. He was the most respected artist of his times. With the use of shadow and light, illustrations of biblical scenes, and self-portraits in his paintings earned him great fame. Rembrandt was born on July 15, 1606, in Leiden, which was considered Dutch Republic. He was one of nine children. His father, Harmon Rijn (Dutch Reformed Church) and his mother, Neetlgen Zuybrouck

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    Critique of Rembrandt van Rijn, Jacques Louis David, and Francisco Goya Rembrandt van Rijn was a great Dutch painter and printmaker who worked during the 1600s. During his life the Netherlands was in a period of great achievement, particularly for artists. Because of this Rembrandt was able to amass a great amount of fame and fortune in his early life as his art was in demand. Unfortunately, later in his life personal tragedy threw him into poverty. In 1656 he was forced to declare bankruptcy and

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    I had a chance to search through and I was able to locate these two well know painter's during the Baroque times. Peter Paul Rubens and Rembrandt van Rijn, Starting off with Peter Ruebens (23-26) pg. 738, The Raising of the Cross is one in a progression of compositions taking into account the torturous killing of Christ this painting was created by Peter Paul Rubens. This painting was created somewhere around 1609 and 1610 with oil on canvas. It is currently shown in the Cathedral of Our Lady in

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