OTHER WORDS FROM RembrandtRem·brandt·esque, Rem·brandt·ish, adjective
Examples from the Web for rembrandt
She owned original artworks by Rembrandt, Velazquez and Titian.
Without any explanation we watch art restorers at work, and the painstaking, technical deconstruction of a Rembrandt.Inside The Secret World of London’s National Gallery|Tim Teeman|November 8, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Rembrandt: The Late Works will screen in theaters worldwide in 45 countries from February 17 in high definition.
However, by the mid-1650s Rembrandt was in all kinds of trouble.
The beautiful pictures may partially dispel what an awful man Rembrandt seemed to be.
It was a broad-brimmed, soft felt hat of the Rembrandt style, which Professor Waite sometimes wore.Witch Winnie's Mystery, or The Old Oak Cabinet|Elizabeth W. Champney
Portrait of Rembrandt, seen in a front view, wearing a fur cap of a round form, and a mantle.
There is a gallery and a few good pictures, particularly a Rembrandt or two.A Residence in France|J. Fenimore Cooper
Portrait of Rembrandt, represented with a falcon on his right hand.
So, too, were those of Rubens; while Rembrandt's etchings were altogether published separately.Modern Illustration|Joseph Pennell
British Dictionary definitions for rembrandt
Derived forms of RembrandtRembrandtesque, adjective
Culture definitions for rembrandt
A seventeenth-century Dutch painter, considered one of the greatest painters in history. Rembrandt's work, with its strong lights and deep shadows, has a unique intensity. The Night Watch is one of his best-known paintings.