Description of the painting by Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn “Portrait of a young man”

Description of the painting by Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn Portrait of a young man

Portrait of a young man, written by Rembrandt, conveys the image of a young guy. The picture is written in dark brown shades. Thanks to the unique technology of painting, the texture of the fabric is perfectly conveyed, every fastener on the young man’s dress, every seam is spelled out to the smallest detail.

A serious focused gaze is directed somewhere far away, as if the softness of the young man’s curly hair is conveyed, and on the cheeks one can see a light scarlet blush. The face is written using a unique technique, it seems to glow in the frame of dark shades of clothing and headgear.

The picture of the famous artist was estimated at seven million pounds, although there was an assumption that the author of the canvas is not Rembrandt, but one of his students. Many experts considered that the picture is too primitive for such a great artist. But at the same time, the picture is covered with a layer of varnish, there are various layers, because of which it is impossible to study the original strokes and make an exact conclusion.

Researchers involved in the study of works by Rembrandt, came to the conclusion that the artist’s work has changed significantly over the years. Studies have been conducted of the entire heritage of Rembrandt.

After them, the list of works by the artist was significantly reduced. But in it began to see more and teachers. Pupils wrote their works in his own style. For this reason, the portrait of a young man was in doubt. To prove the authorship of Rembrandt, a study of wood, painting techniques using infrared and X-rays was conducted.

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