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“Return of the Prodigal Son” painted by Baroque artist, Rembrandt (1606 – 1669) shortly before he died, masterfully and compassionately depicted complex emotions, and summarized his own anguished life. Rembrandt, who ingeniously conveyed the subtleties of gesture, expression, light and shadow, became famous in his early 20s before becoming tormented by tragic deaths and self-created financial hardships. Overcoming these burdens with an insightful sensitivity and technical brilliance his personal anguish makes the heartache in this painting universally significant.
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ALLURE (2 in) 1209688
19.5 x 23 in
None Soft White , Mat 2: , Mat 3: no frame
The Interior of the Pantheon, Rome, Looking North from the Main Altar to the Entrance, 1732
The Storm on the Sea of Galilee
School of Athens, circa 1510-1512, One of the Murals Raphael Painted for Pope Julius II
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