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Rembrandt

[ rem-brant, -brahnt; Dutch rem-brahnt ]
/ ˈrɛm brænt, -brɑnt; Dutch ˈrɛm brɑnt /
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noun
Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn or van Ryn, 1606–69, Dutch painter.
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OTHER WORDS FROM Rembrandt

Rem·brandt·esque, Rem·brandt·ish, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for Rembrandt

Rembrandt
/ (ˈrɛmbrænt) /

noun
full name Rembrandt Harmensz (or Harmenszoon) van Rijn (or van Ryn). 1606–69, Dutch painter, noted for his handling of shade and light, esp in his portraits

Derived forms of Rembrandt

Rembrandtesque, adjective
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Cultural definitions for Rembrandt

Rembrandt
[ (rem-brant, rem-brahnt) ]

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.

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