Definition of Rembrandt van rijn
1. Noun. Influential Dutch artist (1606-1669).
Generic synonyms: Old Master
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Literary usage of Rembrandt van rijn
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1. Illustrated Catalogue: Paintings in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York by George Henry Story, N.Y. Metropolitan Museum of Art New York (1905)
"... rembrandt van rijn (Rembrandt Harmensz Van Rijn). Dutch School. Bor n at Leyden, July 15, 1606. Buried in the Westerkerk (Church of the West) at ..."
2. Illustrated Catalogue of 300 Paintings by Old Masters of the Dutch, Flemish by Charles Sedelmeyer (1898)
"... rembrandt van rijn ( I боб)-1 669 ) 140. — Portrait of a Man Turned to the right, looking over his right shoulder towards the spectator. ..."
3. University of Vermont: Catalogue of the Library of George Perkins Marshby University of Vermont Library, Harry Lyman Koopman, George Perkins Marsh by University of Vermont Library, Harry Lyman Koopman, George Perkins Marsh (1892)
"948 76 rembrandt van rijn. Haden, F, S. The etched work of Rembrandt. ... Rembrandt Harmens van Rijn ; sa vie 927 14 Rembrandt van Rijn. historische schets, ..."