Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (1606-1669) was a Ducth painter and etcher, considered by experts as one of the greatest Baroque masters of painting and etching, being certainly one of the most important artists in the history of the Netherlands. His painting career coincides with the so-called Dutch Golden Age, the historical moment of more cultural, scientific and political splendor of the former Dutch Republic.
Within its pictorial production it is common to find landscape references and works located in the natural environment. Throughout his life, Rembrandt showed an unparalleled mastery of contrasts to create at will bright or dark works, providing life to nature in his creations, which justifies this famous quote: "Choose only one master - nature".
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