The Artist In His Studio (1628) by Artist Of The Week, Rembrandt

The Artist In His Studio (1628) by Artist Of The Week, Rembrandt

Rembrandt - The Artist In His Studio (1628)
Rembrandt – The Artist In His Studio (1628)


From the Museum of Fine Arts:

In this small painting, the young Rembrandt seems to represent the daunting moments of conception and decision necessary to the creation of a work of art. An artist confronts his easel in a studio bare of everything except his essential tools. This drama, with its emphasis on thought rather than action, is intensified by the expressive use of light and shadow. The painting’s daring perspective is also important: the distant figure of the painter seems dwarfed by his work, looming large in the foreground.


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