I’m trying to think of something to say about Rembrandt’s landscapes but I’m struggling to think at all as I’m on day 2 of giving up coffee, sugar, meat, alcohol and anything that tastes good! I have a pounding headache. So, just enjoy looking at the pictures of Rembrandt’s landscape etchings..
They’re from the collection of the Städel Museum in Germany.
Rembrandt – Landscape with Trees, Farm Buildings and a Tower, c. 1651
Etching and Drypoint, 123 x 319 mm
Rembrandt – St. Jerome Reading in an Italian Landscape, c.1635
Etching, Drypoint, Engraving, 259 x 210 mm
Rembrandt – Six’s Bridge, 1645
Etching, 129 x 224 mm
Rembrandt – The Windmill, 1641
Etching and Drypoint, 145 x 208 mm
Rembrandt – Landscape with a Cottage and Haybarn, 1641
Etching and Drypoint, 129 x 321 mm
Rembrandt – Landscape with a Road along a Ditch, c.1652
Drypoint, 72 x 210 mm
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (1606–1669)
Self Portrait Leaning on a Stone Sill, 1639
Etching, 205 x 164 mm
Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main
Photos: Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main
The exhibition, Rembrandt. Landscape Etchings from the Städel Museum, starts on the 28th of this month and is showing through to the 24th of November at the Städel Museum, Frankfurt am Main, Germany. See more details at the museum website here.