High-quality 3D reconstruction by Rembrandt, Self-Portrait, 1669, using advanced image processing and Elevated Printing technology from Océ - A Canon Company.
No seventeenth-century artist made as many self-portraits as Rembrandt. This self-portrait dates from 1669, the year Rembrandt died, so it may be the last he ever painted. The expressive freedom of style shows that Rembrandt was certainly not exhausted at the end of his life. The way he painted the face with strong brushstrokes is remarkable. With thick layers of paint that are almost modelled, Rembrandt suggests a man of flesh and blood. This is a true masterpiece.
Printed with UV curable ink on panel
Made in The Netherlands
Dimensions incl. Frame: 73,6 x 67,5 cm