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  • The Three Trees – Rembrandt £38.00£45.00

    This is Rembrandt’s largest and most evocative landscape print. It depicts a summer storm in the distance with dark clouds passing over the city and heavy rain falling over the countryside. The bright and serene sky on the right side creates a dark foreground. The print features various narrative episodes including two lovers hiding behind bushes and a fisherman with a woman. Against the bright horizon, we see travelers on a cart and an artist enjoying the view of the sun shining over the countryside. Rembrandt used a clever mix of etching, drypoint, burlin, and sulfur dye to create a complex interplay of light and shadow, resulting in a masterpiece of 17th-century engraving with strong symbolist allusions

  • Christ crucified between the two Thieves – Rembrandt £33.00£41.00

    In “Christ Crucified Between the Two Thieves,” Rembrandt captures a powerful moment with a sense of raw emotion and movement. The scene is dynamic and crowded, with figures gathered around the three crosses under a dramatic sky that directs the eye to the central figure of Christ. Rembrandt’s use of light and shadow amplifies the intensity of the moment, while his signature etched into the work reminds us of his role as both observer and narrator of this poignant biblical story.

  • The Shell (Conus Marmoreus) – Rembrandt (1650) £38.00£45.00
    Rembrandt’s “The Shell (Conus Marmoreus)” from 1650 is a study of texture and light. The mollusk’s intricately patterned shell rests upon a dark surface, its spirals and ridges coming alive through the artist’s meticulous line work. The play of light across the form suggests a soft luminosity, highlighting the object’s organic beauty. Rembrandt’s signature anchors the composition, reminding us of the master’s hand at work in this detailed etching.
  • Self Portrait Leaning on a Stone Sill – Rembrandt £33.00£41.00

    This etching by Rembrandt, dating from 1639, reveals a richly detailed portrait of the artist himself. Rembrandt’s mastery of light and shadow is evident in the depth of his introspective gaze, as well as in the intricate textures of his attire and the soft feathering of his hat. His signature is boldly inscribed, establishing a direct and personal connection with the viewer. The delicate lines and robust characterization embody the essence of Rembrandt’s renowned self-portraiture.

  • Self-Portrait with Beret and Turned-Up Collar – Rembrand £38.00£45.00

    In “Self-Portrait with Beret and Turned-Up Collar,” Rembrandt captures his aged likeness with a striking sense of gravity and wisdom. Dated 1659, his seasoned face is etched with lines of experience, his gaze contemplative and piercing. The warm, earthy tones envelop him in a somber mood, while his beret, a mark of the artist, sits atop his head, a symbol of his enduring identity as a painter.

  • Self-portrait, ca. – Rembrandt (1628) £38.00£45.00

    In this self-portrait from around 1628, Rembrandt van Rijn presents himself with an earnest expression, conveying a sense of self-reflection. His face emerges from the shadow, highlighted by a soft glow that illuminates his young features, curly hair, and the texture of his skin. Rembrandt’s gaze is direct and introspective, a testament to his early mastery of chiaroscuro and psychological depth in portraiture.

  • The Storm on the Sea of Galilee – Rembrandt £38.00£45.00
    Rembrandt captures the tumultuous moment of a biblical scene where Jesus’s disciples are panic-stricken by a fierce storm. The dramatic lighting and dark swirling clouds emphasize the intensity of the moment. Each disciple’s face reflects a unique reaction to the peril, contrasting with the serene figure of Jesus. Rembrandt’s mastery of light and emotion is evident in this dynamic composition.
  • Head of Christ – Rembrandt £33.00£41.00

    “Head of Christ” is a painting by Rembrandt that depicts the subject with a contemplative and peaceful expression. The gentle illumination used in the painting highlights the facial features of Christ with a realistic touch, while the dark background serves to draw the viewer’s attention to the subject’s face. Rembrandt’s use of chiaroscuro adds a spiritual atmosphere to the piece, symbolizing a moment of introspection and humanity.

  • The Night Watch – Rembrandt £38.00£45.00

    “The Night Watch” by Rembrandt is an exceptional portrayal of a city militia. The painting is full of life; the figures are shown in action as if captured by a flash of lightning. The main characters, Captain Frans Banninck Cocq and Lieutenant Willem van Ruytenburch are illuminated, guiding the viewer through the dynamic composition filled with varied expressions and postures, conveying a sense of urgent mobilization.

  • Susanna – Rembrandt £38.00£45.00

    Rembrandt’s painting titled “Susanna” depicts a moment of vulnerability of Susanna, a character from the biblical story, who is caught off-guard while bathing. With a look of modesty and surprise, she recoils from the viewer’s gaze, portraying a sense of innocence that is threatened by prying eyes. The shadowy figures in the background symbolize the intruders who are violating her privacy. The interplay of light and darkness accentuates the contrast between purity and intrusion, making this painting a masterpiece of art.

  • Return of the Prodigal Son – Rembrandt (1668) £38.00£45.00

    It is a moving portrayal of forgiveness and redemption. The painting depicts the moment a prodigal son, who had previously squandered his inheritance, returns home destitute and is welcomed by his loving and compassionate father. The painting’s onlooking figures and the richly shadowed background add to the emotional weight of this biblical parable’s climax.

  • Girl with a Pearl Earring – Johannes Vermeer 1665 £38.00£45.00

    Girl with a Pearl Earring is a famous oil painting by Johannes Vermeer, created around 1665. It depicts an imaginary young woman in an exotic dress wearing a large pearl earring. The painting is housed in the Mauritshuis Museum in The Hague.
    The artwork shows a young woman in a dark, shallow space, wearing a blue and gold turban, a gold jacket, and a titular pearl earring. Unlike Vermeer’s other subjects, she is aware of the viewer’s presence. Her enigmatic expression and mysterious identity have led some to compare her to the Mona Lisa.
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  • The Milkmaid – Johannes Vermeer (1658–1659) £33.00£41.00

    Is an intimate depiction of domestic serenity and focus. The milkmaid, clothed in vibrant yellows and blues, pours milk with a gentle hand, embodying the essence of daily life’s quiet moments. The soft daylight bathes the scene, highlighting the textures of bread and pottery, and imbuing the simple task with a sense of timeless dignity and grace.

  • View of Delft – Johannes Vermeer (1660–1661) £33.00£41.00

    “View of Delft” by Vermeer is a masterpiece that beautifully showcases the interplay of light and shadow. The painting depicts a serene day in the Dutch Golden Age, where the city’s silhouette is reflected in the water. The sky is a dramatic canopy that casts fleeting shadows over the tranquil town. The peaceful waters reflect the calmness of the day and are punctuated by the bustling life along the banks. This snapshot of Delft captures the timeless beauty of life’s simple moments.

  • Woman in Blue Reading a Letter – Johannes Vermeer £33.00£41.00

    Vermeer’s painting portrays a peaceful and solitary moment. The gentle light softly illuminates the woman’s attentive expression and the deep blue of her dress, as she stands absorbed in personal correspondence. The map on the wall suggests faraway locations, which may be related to the contents of her letter, while the quiet room remains still and silent, enveloped in the private moment of revelation.

  • The Little Street – Johannes Vermeer £33.00£41.00

    Vermeer’s “The Little Street” captures a tranquil slice of 17th-century life in Delft. This modest scene contrasts the textured bricks and windows with the soft, dynamic skies, reflecting the beauty in everyday simplicity. The figures, engrossed in their tasks, provide a narrative of domestic harmony, while the calm street awaits stories yet to unfold under the watchful eyes of homes steeped in history.

  • The Music Lesson – Johannes Vermeer (1662–1665) £33.00£41.00

    Is a serene painting that depicts an intimate moment between a teacher and student, where they bond over the language of music. The scene is set in a sunlit room and is rich with symbolic details such as lutes resting, a strikingly patterned rug, and the reflective surface of the virginal, all of which paint a portrait of harmonious instruction. Vermeer’s mastery of light and shadow plays across the figures and furnishings, inviting viewers to feel the quiet rhythm of the lesson.

  • The Geographer – Johannes Vermeer (1669) £33.00£41.00

    Is a beautiful depiction of a scholar deeply engrossed in his work. Surrounded by maps and globes, the geographer is leaning forward in contemplation. The natural light from the window illuminates his robe, highlighting its intricate textures and colors, and casting a warm glow over the tools of his trade. The painting is a celebration of the human spirit of discovery and the meticulous study of the world.

  • The Art of Painting – Johannes Vermeer £33.00£41.00

    Is a masterpiece that celebrates the skill and intellectual depth of painting as an art form. The painting depicts an artist painting a model who symbolizes Clio, the muse of history. Vermeer’s attention to detail is evident in the heavy drapery, checkerboard floor, chandelier, and map. The play of light and shadow emphasizes the intimacy of the artist’s studio, and the work is a testament to the value of art in recording and understanding our past.

  • A Lady Writing – Johannes Vermeer (1664–1667) £33.00£41.00

    “A Lady Writing” is a painting by Johannes Vermeer that depicts a moment of daily life with great attention to detail and a calm ambiance. The painting shows a young woman dressed in a luxurious yellow jacket with fur trim, who pauses her writing to look directly at the viewer, creating a sense of connection. The painting’s soft lighting, rich textures, and Vermeer’s use of color, especially the vibrant blue of the tablecloth, showcase the refinement of Dutch Golden Age painting. This artwork is an excellent example of Vermeer’s masterful ability to convey a story through subtle gestures and expressions.

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