Self-Portrait with Dishevelled Hair

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Self-portrait (1628-1629), by Rembrandt.jpg

Self-portrait with dishevelled hair, Self portrait as a Young Man, and various other titles, is an early self-portrait by the Dutch artist Rembrandt, now in the Rijksmuseum. It dates to 1628 and is an exercise in chiaroscuro. It is one the earliest of over 40 painted self-portraits by Rembrandt.[1]


  1. ^ White, Christopher, Buvelot, Quentin (eds), Rembrandt by himself, pp. 10, 94-95, 1999, National Gallery, London/Mauritshuis, The Hague, ISBN 1857092708

External links

  • Rijksmuseum catalogue entry
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