1. One of the sassiest looks of Rembrandt. The artist depicts himself as a happy, carefree man in one of his earliest works.
Rembrandt Laughing, 1928
Agape Charmani for Art-Sheep
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn (15 July 1606 – 4 October 1669) is one of the greatest painters of European art and one of the most famous Dutch artists. His contributions to art came in a period of great wealth and evolution, making him a witness and a bearer of beautiful cultural achievements.
Rembrandt was a true master; having painted pretty much everything, from portraits to historical scenes, he is particularly known for his technique and -of course, his self-portraits. We’ve gathered some of his coolest self-portraits, that have captured the brilliancy and awesomeness of the most important painter of the Dutch Golden Age.
2. Dark and mysterious
3. If someone got class, it was definitely Rembrandt
Self-Portrait with Gorget, 1629
4. Here it is ladies and gentlemen, the fine progenitor of duckface. Rembrandt knew how to paint, and he definitely knew how to duckface.
Self-Portrait, Staring, 1930
5. A painter, an idol, a charmer
The Prodigal Son in the Tavern, a self-portrait with Saskia, c. 1635
Self-Portrait with Two Circles, ca 1665-69