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(Biography) full name Rembrandt Harmensz (or Harmenszoon) van Rijn (or van Ryn). 1606–69, Dutch painter, noted for his handling of shade and light, esp in his portraits
ˌRembrandtˈesque adj
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(ˈrɛm brænt, -brɑnt)

(Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn or van Ryn) 1606–69, Dutch painter.
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(5) In 1713, George Vertue wrote: "Rembrant van Rhine was in England, liv'd at Hull in Yorkshire about sixteen, or eighteen months where he painted several Gentlemen and seafaring mens pictures, one of them is in the possession of Mr.
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Art: "Rembrant: The Late Works at the National was an unforgettable experience, and the Turner exhibition at Tate Britain."
Em alguns dos casos pelo humor/ironia obtido ao cruzar o titulo com os elementos representados, como em A Morte de Rembrant; noutros pelo uso discreto de elementos graficos inesperados e perturbadores, de que e exemplo Retrato Postumo; Noutros, ainda, aqueles que mais nos interessam, pelo uso conferido a palavra.
As the ultimate act of love, a man turns obsessed with a woman, the way Gala haunted Salvador Dali, Saskia stalked Rembrant. In the case of the male student-servant-model Salai, he pursued Leonardo Da Vinci.
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