Art And Culture

Rembrandt’s Painting at Iran National Museum

Rembrandt’s Painting at Iran National MuseumRembrandt’s Painting at Iran National Museum

Portrait of Saskia sitting in an armchair, painted by Rembrandt, is among the 56-item collection borrowed from the Louvre Museum that are to go on show at an exhibition in Iran National Museum in downtown Tehran from March 5.
The painting is the portrait of Rembrandt’s wife Saskia and is drawn wholly in red lines. During her short life, Saskia served as the muse for many of Rembrandt’s works, ISNA reported.
Considered the greatest painter in European Art, Rembrandt (1606-69) was a Dutch painter and etcher of the Dutch Golden Age.


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