THE GREATEST MASTERPIECES WERE ONCE ONLY PIGMENTS.
BEAUTIFUL COLOURS HIDDEN AWAY FROM OUR EYES
FOR 350 YEARS HAVE BEEN AN INSPIRATION FOR REMBRANDT'S PIGMENTS.
The number of pigments available to 17th century artists was very limited.
Rembrandt used only 12 main pigments throughout his career.
At that time The Netherlands was the center
for the manufacturing of pigments.
The red pigment carmine, was obtained from crushed cochineal beetles
that came from Central and South America,
burnt animal bones were the raw material for bone black
and smalt (the blue pigment) was made from pulverized glass.
This work of art will give you the same experience
as Rembrandt had before he started his masterworks.
THE PAST BROUGHT TO LIFE!
Twaalfluik 50 cm x 50 cm per werk. Alleen als serie van 12 verkrijgbaar.
Afmetingen (B x H x D): 50 x 50 x 0
Techniek: Fine Art Print
Dit werk is ingelijst en voorzien van 92% UV werend museumglas.
Totale editie 9 waarvan nog 3 beschikbaar
Dit kunstwerk is verkocht.