Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn– (1606-1669).
He´s the true genius of the baroque and without any doubt the most important artist of Holland history.
He achieved success young, but his last years were tragic and economic ruin.
He was a master of portraiture and illustration of biblical scenes.
Here some of his most representative works and if you want to learn more, do not hesitate to visit the link above.
Judith at the banquet of Holofernes-1634- Oil on canvas. National Museum of The Prado, Madrid.
Anatomy lessons of Dr. Nicolaes Tulp- 1632- Oil on canvas.
Self- portrait- 1640- Oil on canvas. The National Gallery, London.
I hope you enjoy this authentic genius.
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Two years ago left us the best Spanish golf player of all time and one of the best in the world history “SEVERIANO BALLESTEROS”.
If you want to know a little more about “Seve”, I advise you to go to the following link and read his biography and his record, is a marvel. I leave here Severiano Ballesteros.
PETER PAUL RUBENS (1577-1640)- The Homer of paint.
He´s just a classic, you never get tired of admiring his works.
You can stand hours an hours looking his paints, and you´ll always discover something new.
“The three Graces”- 1636-1638. Oil on table, 221x 181 cm.
Madrid, National Museum of Prado.
I wish all had the same thought as RUBENS “THE WHOLE WORLD IS MY COUNTRY”. We´ll be more human.
Oil on board. “Alla prima”.