They all date from the 1640-1653 period. In his later landscapes Rembrandt combined the etching technique with drypoint and burin. Most of them were commissioned by patrons. An innovative and prolific master in three media, he is generally considered one of the greatest visual artists in the history of art and the most important in Dutch art history. Sheet of studies, with a woman lying ill in bed, etc. ], Bald-headed man in right profile: small plate [The artist's father? This etching was removed from the rare first volume of P. G. Hamerton's "Etching and Etchers", printed in London in 1868 (later volumes were published but only the 1868 volume contained the Rembrandt etching, in addition to original etchings by other European artists. Descent from the Cross by Torchlight is a print by Rembrandt in etching and drypoint, produced in 1652. ], Bust of an old man with a flowing beard, the head bowed forward, the left shoulder unshaded, Self portrait with curly hair and white collar, Man in a coat and fur cap leaning against a bank, Old man in a long cloak sitting in an armchair, Ragged peasant with his hands behind him, holding a stick, Beggar seated warming his hands at a chafing dish, Self portrait in a cloak with a falling collar: bust, Self portrait in a soft hat and embroidered cloak, Old woman seated in a cottage with a string of onions on the wall, A polander standing with his stick: right profile, Bust of an old bearded man, looking down, three-quarters right, Bearded man, in a furred oriental cap and robe [The artist's father? Anslo, preacher [1592-1646], Christ crucified between the two thieves: an oval plate, Sick woman with a large white headdress [Saskia]. He had a particular liking for St Jerome, and devoted no fewer than seven prints to this learned hermit. It is signed and dated "Rembrandt f. 1634", and exists in two states. It was assigned the number B. The etching closest to you is by James Whistler, and that dates from around 1863. In addition to his extensive oeuvre of paintings and drawings, Rembrandt van Rijn also produced around 290 prints. Shortly after 1916 the plates were inked and lacquered in order to make further printing impossible. Dutch and Flemish graphics and engravings in National Museum of Serbia represent important part of the vast inventory of the Serbia's National Museum. In these early self-portraits Rembrandt was practising portraying facial expressions. Etching (state III), 177 x 160 mm., Amsterdam, The Rembrandt House Museum. In 1993, Rembrandt’s copper etching plates were sold to museums throughout the world and a select number … He also used these etchings to study the way the light fell on his face. They then moved on to drawing plaster models. Berchem, Lucas Vorsterman, James Ensor-(2 works), Aegidius Sadeler, Jozef Peeters, Carel Willink, Marius Bauer etc. Rembrandt Bareheaded, with High Curly Hair: Head and Bust. … Restrikes or prints produced … As a method of printmaking, it is, along with engraving, the most important technique for old master prints, and remains in wide use today. or Best Offer. When he died sixteen years later, the plate was printed again. Altogether Rembrandt made 26 landscape prints. The Shell, also known as Rembrandt's Shell or Conus Marmoreus, or in Dutch as De schelp or Het schelpje, is a 1650 drypoint and etching by Rembrandt van Rijn. firstname.lastname@example.org (1628.) Christ’s life and passion are described in the New Testament, the second part of the Bible. Most of them show only the head, although in some cases part of the upper body can be seen. The rapid and spontaneous drawing lends these prints the feeling of having been made in the open air. BGL VIP Card: free, Copyright Museum Het Rembrandthuis © 2020. He was also a collector and scholar of Rembrandt's prints. In printmaking, surface tone, or surface-tone, is produced by deliberately or accidentally not wiping all the ink off the surface of the printing plate, so that parts of the image have a light tone from the film of ink left. Rembrandt’s earliest portraits are simple in structure and technical execution. Six etchings by Rembrandt will be displayed at the Ulster Museum from Friday. It requires individual attention on the press before each impression is printed, and is mostly used by artists who print their own plates, such as Rembrandt, "the first master of this art", who made great use of it. His work in etching spanned most of his career and embraced the wide range of subjects he pursued in his painting: portraits, landscapes, biblical scenes, pictures with allegorical and mythological themes, and more. Joseph and Potiphar's Wife is a 1634 etching by Rembrandt. Amazing Original Rembrandt Etching. Rembrandt Etchings Rembrandt … The assemblage that had remained intact up to then was broken up, passing into the hands of museums, dealers and private individuals all over the world. Most of them show only the head, although in some cases part of the upper body can be seen. Rembrandt, Self-Portrait with curly hair, c. 1629. Rembrandt, one of the greatest interpreters of biblical stories, turned to the Bible as a source of inspiration for his etchings throughout his career, but particularly during the 1650s. Rembrandt’s early landscape etchings are entirely etched. ], The artist's mother seated, in an oriental headdress: half-length, The artist's mother with her hand on her chest: small bust, Bust of an old woman in a furred cloak and heavy headdress, Self portrait with long bushy hair: head only, The barrel-organ player [Polander standing with arms folded], Bust of an old man with flowing beard and white sleeve, Bust of an old man with a fur cap and flowing beard, nearly full face, eyes direct, The artist's mother seated at a table, looking right: three-quarter length, Old man with beard, fur cap and velvet cloak. Rembrandt, The Omval, 1645. Etchings such as The Virgin and Child with a Cat, of 1654, represent the very pinnacle of printmaking as a creative art form. The etching here is a self-portrait of Rembrandt, and that dates from 1634. The museum had 237,383 visitors in 2014. A strong collector's market developed, with the most sought-after artists achieving very high prices. Traditionally the plate was copper, but now acetate, zinc, or plexiglas are also commonly used. The lives of the patriarchs, Abraham, Jacob and Joseph, particularly appealed to Rembrandt. One of these etchings includes a child learning to walk in a walking frame. Rembrandt van Rijn (1696-1669), La circoncision dans l’étable, 1654 Etching on watermarked paper. Rembrandt used scenes from everyday life in more than fifty of his etchings. Rembrandt is revered not only as a painter, but as a supreme master of drawing and etching as well. Their acquisition was made possible by the aid of the Rembrandt Society, the Ministry of Welfare, Health and Cultural Affairs, the VSB Fund and the Society of Friends of the Rembrandt House. The etching's popular name derives from the large sum of money supposedly once paid for an example. They often added lines and sometimes even changed the composition. Most of them were produced in the period 1628-1630, when Rembrandt was still living in Leiden. No fewer than 74 plates are listed in his estate. B. After his death they were sold. Rembrandt was able to achieve painterly effects by combining the etching technique with the use of the drypoint and burin. Painter Rembrandt lived and worked in the house between 1639 and 1656. Rembrandt, The rat-poison pedlar (‘The Rat catcher’), 1632. Rembrandt etched a great many genre scenes, particularly at the start of his career. Etching (state II), 100 x 105 mm., Amsterdam, The Rembrandt House Museum. The rich young man mentioned in the chapter is leaving through the gateway on the right. He devoted more than eighty prints to biblical subjects. In some cases he probably worked straight into the copper plate on the spot. In the 19th century they became the property of the French publisher Auguste Jean and after him of the engraver Auguste Bernard, both of whom brought out new impressions. ], Self portrait in a cap, with eyes wide open, Bust of a man wearing a high cap, three-quarters right [The artist's father? Four Oriental heads of 1635 make up a separate group in this category. The Rembrandt House, the Rijksmuseum and the Amsterdams Historisch Museum have acquired some fine examples from this inheritance. 149: 5. In a number of modern variants such as microfabrication etching and photochemical milling it is a crucial technique in much modern technology, including circuit boards. These prints are very small. Rembrandt made an extraordinary series of 32 self-portrait etchings. To mark the tercentenary of Rembrandt’s birth Alvin-Beaumont made a small number of impressions of each plate, which he presented to various dignitaries and museums. Media in category "Prints by Rembrandt" The following 200 files are in this category, out of 314 total. Although Rembrandt is most famous for his paintings, he also produced a large number of etchings. ], Man wearing a close cap: bust [The artist's father? He also acted as an agent for art collectors, most notably Lord Bute. Valuable Rembrandt prints do not only have to be from the 1600s (during Rembrandt’s lifetime). REMBRANDT Etching "The Golf Player" Framed Millennium Impression . The subjects of some nude studies are derived from classical mythology. The rat-poison pedlar is an example. But he did not always take the Bible as his source. This is still the main “catalogue raisonne” of all Rembrandt prints, and has been reprinted numerous times up until 1982. Yet his etchings and paintings were popular throughout his lifetime, his reputation as an artist remained high, and for twenty years he taught many important Dutch painters. He almost always chose a moment full of tension and drama. Free shipping. A large number of them came into the possession of the Amsterdam publisher and printseller Clement de Jonghe (1624-77). They reflect his lively interest in depicting street characters like tramps, quacks and strolling musicians. Unlike most Dutch masters of the 17th century, Rembrandt's works depict a wide range of style and subject matter, from portraits and self-portraits to landscapes, genre scenes, allegorical and historical scenes, and biblical and mythological themes as well as animal studies. Sir Francis Seymour Haden PPRE, was an English surgeon, best known as an original etcher who championed original printmaking. Early in his career Rembrandt etched more than thirty studies of men and women. His innovations to the art of etching would go on to influence Goya, Picasso, Chagall, and generations of artists to come.. $4,200.00. The Three Trees is a 1643 print in etching and drypoint by Rembrandt, his largest landscape print. The artist also excelled in sketching and painting . Printmaking. Sheet of studies: head of the artist, a beggar couple, heads of an old man and woman, etc. REMBRANDT "THE ANGEL APPEARING TO THE SHEPHERDS" Etching by Amand Durand . Christ presented to the people: the oblong plate, Bust of a Man Wearing a Gorget and Plumed Beret, Diana Bathing with her Nymphs with Actaeon and Callisto, Pendant portraits of Maerten Soolmans and Oopjen Coppit, The Archangel Raphael Leaving Tobias' Family, Ahasuerus and Haman at the Feast of Esther, Self-Portrait Wearing a White Feathered Bonnet, Self-Portrait in a Black Beret and Gold Chain, Self-Portrait with Beret and Turned-Up Collar, The artist's mother: head only, full face, The artist's mother: head and bust, three-quarters right, Self portrait, leaning forward, listening, Self portrait bareheaded, with high curly hair: head and bust, Self portrait bare-headed: bust, roughly etched, A beggar in a tall hat and long cloak, with a cottage and two figures in the background, Self portrait in a fur cap, in an oval border, Peter and John at the gate of the Temple: roughly etched, Beggar in a high cap, standing and leaning on a stick, Beggar with a crippled hand leaning on a stick, Self portrait open-mouthed, as if shouting: bust, Simeon's hymn of praise [The presentation in the Temple with the angel: the small plate], Christ disputing with the doctors: small plate, Bald-headed man in right profile [The artist's father? His contributions to art came in a period of great wealth and cultural achievement that historians call the Dutch Golden Age, when Dutch art, although in many ways antithetical to the Baroque style that dominated Europe, was extremely prolific and innovative and gave rise to important new genres. The work depicts the Raising of Lazarus as told in the Gospel of John, Chapter 11. In so doing, he was flying in the face of the art orthodoxy of the time. In 1660 he was forced to sell his printing press and virtually abandoned etching. Rembrandt made an extraordinary series of 32 self-portrait etchings. (1629.) They were probably all drawn directly into the etching plates. They were not meant to be portraits—they were a way for Rembrandt to practise capturing facial expressions. Drypoint is a printmaking technique of the intaglio family, in which an image is incised into a plate with a hard-pointed "needle" of sharp metal or diamond point. The technique can be used with all the intaglio printmaking techniques, of which the most important are engraving, etching, drypoint, mezzotint and aquatint. The Death of the Virgin is a 1639 print in etching and drypoint by Rembrandt, showing the death of the Virgin Mary from The Golden Legend. His last etched self-portrait dates from 1648, when he was 42. Etching (state II), 56 x 49 mm., Amsterdam, The Rembrandt House Museum. Rembrandt’s free use of line, the unique deep black of many of his etchings and his masterly use of the drypoint were very popular and his work was much sought after by the many print collectors of the time. He pulled all sorts of faces in front of … (previous page) 1640 Rembrandt Der schlafende Hund anagoria.JPG 3,624 × 1,776; 5.9 MB. Landscape prints were immensely popular in the 17th century. Etching was not a sideline where Rembrandt was concerned. The pose is borrowed from Titian’s famous portrait of Ariosto. The portrayal of the Dutch landscape reached its zenith in Rembrandt’s work. ], Woman at a door hatch talking to a man and children [‘The Schoolmaster’], Landscape with a cottage and haybarn: oblong, Landscape with a cottage and a large tree, Cornelis Claesz. His success is reflected in his self-portraits. Watelet reworked some of the plates with an etching or engraving technique in order to make new impressions from them. 83 by Adam von Bartsch. Even centuries after his lifetime, Rembrandt’s etchings are still considered some of the finest examples of the medium. His prints cannot be regarded as inferior by-products of his paintings, which nowadays are much more famous. For an explanation of the nature of this list, see Schwartzlist 301. After 1640 Rembrandt’s portraits become more sober. Rembrandt’s most important prints are based on New Testament stories. The foreground of these etchings is always meticulously worked out and placed against a lightly indicated horizon. Each change or addition to the plate that can be seen in a print is referred to as a 'state' of the print. Rembrandt excelled in them. After Watelet the plates were reworked and reprinted by their next owner, the printseller and publisher Pierre-François Basan (1723-97). The Bible was Rembrandt’s most important source of inspiration. In contrast to his approach to the male nudes, Rembrandt now concentrated entirely on the play of light and shade. Some late impressions of the work are on Japanese paper, which Rembrandt used more and more from 1650 onwards. It is in the collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Usually described as an amateur artist, he was an officer in the British Army until 1761, and later held the post of Commissioner of Stamps. He owned a great many of Rembrandt’s etching plates. In modern manufacturing, other chemicals may be used on other types of material. In the 1640s Rembrandt etched a number of male nudes. Self portrait in a cap and scarf with the face dark: bust, The descent from the cross: the second plate, Jan Cornelis Sylvius, preacher [1564-1638], The artist's mother in a cloth headdress, looking down: head only, Self portrait [?] With Hubert’s death in 1970, his heirs inherited the copper etching plates and enlisted Artemis International in London and R.M. This book was created… In his day, Bartsch could not … From 1626 to 1660 he owned a printing press where he produced these etchings on demand. $15.79 shipping. Some Bible stories appealed to him to such an extent that he depicted them more than once—for instance the events in the lives of Abraham, Tobias and Christ. Self portrait in a flat cap and embroidered dress, The boat house [Grotto with a brook; ‘Het spelonkje’], Cottages and farm buildings with a man sketching, Nude man seated on the ground with one leg extended, A young man seated and standing [The walking trainer], Ephraim Bonus, Jewish physician [1599-1655], Jan Asselyn, painter [‘Crabbetje’; 1610-52], Medea: or the marriage of Jason and Creusa, Pharisees in the Temple [Jews in the synagogue], Beggars receiving alms at the door of a house, Landscape with three gabled cottages beside a road, Canal with a large boat and bridge [‘Het schuytje op de voorgrondt’], Clement de Jonghe, printseller [1624/25-77], Sheet of studies with the head of the artist, a beggar woman, woman and child, Landscape with trees, farm buildings and a tower, Christ disputing with the doctors: a sketch, Landscape with a hay barn and a flock of sheep, The adoration of the shepherds: a night piece, The Virgin with the instruments of the passion, Landscape with a fisherman [‘Het melkboertje’], Christ crucified between the two thieves [‘Three crosses’], The rest on the flight: altered from Seghers, Landscape with a shepherd and a dog [‘Het jagertje’], St. Jerome reading in an Italian landscape, Christ returning from the Temple with his parents, The Virgin and the child with the cat and snake, The adoration of the shepherds: with the lamp, The presentation in the Temple in the dark manner, Pieter Haaringh [‘Young Haaringh’; 1609-85], Thomas Haaringh [‘Old Haaringh’; died 1660], Christ and the woman of Samaria: an arched print, Woman sitting half dressed beside a stove, Seated naked woman with a hat beside her [Woman at the bath], Seated naked woman [‘Woman bathing her feet at a brook’], Lieven Willemsz van Coppenol, writing-master: the larger plate, Peter and John healing the cripple at the gate of the Temple, The woman with the arrow [Venus and Cupid? This happened much more often thereafter and people were not always very careful about it. ISIC Card: € 10,00 His series of female nudes was made around 1660. The drawing manner is always loose and open, and the models are positioned in typical studio poses. Saved by Patricia Schappler. Abraham’s sacrifice shows the angel staying Abraham’s hand and stopping him from sacrificing Isaac at the last moment. In principle, the method is practically identical to engraving. Rembrandt, Nude Woman Seated on a Mound, c. 1631. They are based on prints by Jan Lievens. Open: Tuesday – Sunday 10:00 – 18:00 After abortive negotiations with the Rijksmuseum and the British Museum, Alvin-Beaumont finally sold the etching plates in 1938 to the American collector Robert Lee Humber. $99.99. The silhouette of Amsterdam can be seen in the background. While they appear to be of everyday subjects, genre scenes often make a moral point. Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn was a Dutch painter and etcher. The Etching Revival is the re-emergence and invigoration of etching as an original form of printmaking during the period approximately from 1850 to 1930. The prints were intended as mementoes for his friends in Amsterdam. Etching and drypoint (state II), 184 x 225 mm., Amsterdam, The Rembrandt House Museum. Peter and John at the Gate of the Temple: Roughly Etched. The apothecary Abraham Francen was guardian to Rembrandt’s daughter Cornelia. For example, when Rembrandt first created the portrait etching of Jan Lutma, Goldsmith in 1656, he left the background mostly blank and printed a few impressions of it. As a rule they were intended for use in the sitters’ private circles. Following Rembrandt’s passing in 1669, his remaining copper etching … Museumcard: free Armond Durand reconstructed and refurbished the worn original Rembrandt etching plates. Unlike his contemporaries, Rembrandt depicted the street figures with great humanity. I Amsterdam City Card: free Because the book is all about looking and enjoying, 'Rembrandt Etchings - Looking at Rembrandt's Prints' is lavishly illustrated. As well as Bible stories, Rembrandt also chose saints as subjects for his prints. He depicted not only scenes from the Old Testament and the Apocrypha but also stories found in the New Testament, particularly those centered on the life … Etchings by Rembrandt. Etching, drypoint and burin, Amsterdam, The Rembrandt House Museum. Later etchers would experiment with different tools and techniques on top of Rembrandt's achievements but no-one could achieve the standards that he … Like many artists of the Dutch Golden Age, such as Jan Vermeer of Delft, Rembrandt was also an avid art collector and dealer. Rembrandt, Christ preaching (‘The hundred-guilder print’), c. 1643-49. The following is a list of etchings by the Dutch painter and etcher Rembrandt, with the catalogue numbers of Adam Bartsch.Each change or addition to the plate that can be seen in a print is referred to as a 'state' of the print. Rembrandt’s parents often acted as his models. It was only later that they began drawing nude models. Rembrandt would make use of a simple etching needle with copper plates in a medium which was relatively new at that time. Acid-resistant wax, called the ground, is applied to the entire surface of the plate. These prints are very small. 'Rembrandt Etchings' will guide you on your visual journey of discovery, and allow you to see why Rembrandt was the greatest of all seventeenth century printmakers. It is also called Christ healing the sick, Christ with the Sick around Him, Receiving Little Children, or Christ preaching, since the print depicts multiple events from Matthew 19, including Christ healing the sick, debating with scholars and calling on children to come to him. Apprentice artists started their training by copying drawings and etchings. Rembrandt's portraits of his contemporaries, self-portraits and illustrations of scenes from the Bible are regarded as his greatest creative triumphs. He also used prints or paintings by illustrious predecessors. Art. 338: 4. Etching, drypoint and burin (state II), 241 x 177 mm., Amsterdam, The Rembrandt House Museum. . van Rijn (1606–1669) was known for both paintings and etchings. In Los Angeles alone, there are no fewer than 14 paintings, a dozen drawings, and nearly 300 etchings by Rembrandt van Rijn.In this series of online lectures for the Hammer Museum, esteemed art historian, curator, and museum director John Walsh examines these works and Rembrandt’s career in detail, including recent … with plumed cap and lowered sabre, Christ and the woman of Samaria: among ruins, Self portrait wearing a soft cap: full face, head only, Christ driving the moneychangers from the Temple, St. Jerome kneeling in prayer, looking down, Jan Uytenbogaert, preacher of the Remonstrants [1557-1644], Old bearded man in a high fur cap, with eyes closed, Bald old man with a short beard, in right profile, Young man in a velvet cap [Petrus Sylvius, preacher? B. Rembrandt drew three preliminary studies for this carefully executed print. A Village with a River by Rembrandt van Rijn 1645.jpeg 1,032 × 723; 463 KB. Rembrandt prints were reproduced from his original etching plates well after Rembrandt’s death. Night scenes were a speciality of the Dutch graphic artists. Etching (state III), 140 x 125 mm., Amsterdam, The Rembrandt House Museum. +31 (0)20 520 0400 The works from the Dutch master date from the 1630s and have ended up in NI following a tax bill arrangement. Rembrandt was saying that drawing is like walking—the only way to achieve results is by constant practice. The pupils in Rembrandt’s studio drew and etched from life. Explore. A scene often contains only a single figure. Measures approx. It was not until he was approaching the end of his life that he gradually gave up etching. ]. It is to Rembrandt that generations of etchers have constantly looked for inspiration. Download The Etchings of Rembrandt … Clement de Jonghe was a print dealer. In Los Angeles alone, there are no fewer than 14 paintings, a dozen drawings, and nearly 300 etchings by Rembrandt van Rijn.In this series of online lectures for the Hammer Museum, art historian, curator, and museum director John Walsh examines these works and Rembrandt’s career in detail, including recent research, surprise … Jodenbreestraat 4 The etching plates by Rembrandt that still survive have passed through numerous hands over the centuries. By this time he was already a famous artist. The Complete Drawings and Etchings - image 2 Rembrandt. 27: 4. Only one state of the work is known, with copies in major collections including the Rijksmuseum, British Museum, and Rembranthuis. The sharp outlines that he used in his earlier figures have disappeared. Two studies, and the etching plate, are still owned by the Six family. He placed them on loan in the Raleigh Art Museum in North Carolina. In this etching, Rembrandt exploited the effect of strong contrasts between light and shade. The following is a list of etchings by the Dutch painter and etcher Rembrandt, with the catalogue numbers of Adam Bartsch.Each change or addition to the plate that can be seen in a print is referred to as a 'state' of the print. Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn was a Dutch draughtsman, painter, and printmaker. Most of them were produced in the period 1628-1630, when Rembrandt was still living in Leiden. These prints are usually small. Most of them went to engraver and Rembrandt connoisseur Claude-Henri Watelet (1718-86) in Paris. Nevertheless these prints are primarily intended as studies of the female nude. 1011 NK Amsterdam In 1639 he made a portrait of himself as a nobleman, looking out self-confidently at the viewer. The market for his prints blossomed due to his artistic ability and the nature of etching. Catalogued as B.159, it is Rembrandt's only still life etching. B. The darker passages were accentuated with drypoint and burin. Six’s Bridge and the Clump of trees with a vista are examples of this. Friends of the Museum: free He was at the heart of the Etching Revival in Britain, and one of the founders of the Society of Painter-Etchers, now the Royal Society of Painter-Printmakers, as its first president. Rembrandt often depicted his models with great realism. Because multiple impressions could be made from a copper plate, these prints were easily distributed and very collectible. List of etchings by Rembrandt. It was one of Rembrandt’s most popular prints in the 17th century. Rembrandt created approaching one hundred self-portraits including over forty paintings, thirty-one etchings and about seven drawings; some remain uncertain as to the identity of either the subject or the artist, or the definition of a portrait. Rembrandt. One of Rembrandt’s most admired portraits is that of his friend Jan Six. 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