“Art that Everyone Should Know” #1 by @SophiaFine


I recently asked my friend Sophia Fine to compile a series of posts of artists and artwork that should be known in every household. 

This is the first in the series…Hope you enjoy it!


Rembrandt – Self Portrait
Girl at the Window
Rembrandt – “A Girl at the Window” 1645 81.6 x 61 cm Dulwich Picture Gallery, London
“My painting : “Rembrandt mon Amour”is expression of Love for Rembrandt.” Sophia Fine


“My grandmother had a chocolate box with  the  picture of Rembrandt, the wild-haired, wide-eyed character on it, I wanted to know more about  this enduring genius.  Later in my life studying Art I came to know more about Rembrandt and appreciated both  his expressive technique and his ability to capture the emotional heart of any character or story. From his early years, he mugged in a mirror and sketched the results to teach himself the art of depicting emotion.. His self portraits are Masterpieces! Rembrandt van Rijn, is my favore Artist -Painter of All Times!” 

Sophia Fine 

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One Comment on ““Art that Everyone Should Know” #1 by @SophiaFine”

  1. I love your blog posts!!


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