“Portrait of a Young Woman” was painted in 1632. Rembrandt would have been about 26-years-old, and he would have just moved to Amsterdam the year before. He was still two years away from marrying Saskia, who would feature in so many of his paintings. He still had so many great works and such a full life ahead of him at that point.
The true colors of the Golden Age
We are our stories, and our stories don’t just deserve to be told, they need to be heard. It’s more than a shame that so many of these stories were never heard during the time their storytellers were alive. But we have a chance to hear some of them today.
Hobos illuminated by a dim streetlamp
In which I issue a photoshop challenge to my art-inclined friends.
What once was lost now is … found?
According to a recent story in the Daily Beast, the true story of the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum art heist may be ready to unravel.