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Rembranta was one of the most remarcable artistes in the 17th cenutary who lived in the Netherlands .He was well known for his self-portraits and biblical scenes.This report will show a wide range of impressive things.

Rembrandt was full name was Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn and was born in Leiden, Netherlands, on July 15, 1606.
He had more than nine brothers and sisters and learned laten for seven years.At the age 13 rembranta went to a University called Leiden . after a few years he started to have a passtion to art.Rembrandt was a apprentice who learned his skills from a man called Jacob Isaacsz van Swanenburgh, who had studied in italy. He went to work with Pieter Lastman who was a painter of biblical art in 1624.Rembrandt still continued to use his teacher's subjects and motifs.

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