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Rembrandt in the Triangle

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V.C. Rogers saw the Rembrandt show at the N.C. Museum of Art in Raleigh and wondered how he might have handled some local subjects...

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Rembrandt's handling of groups shows in his treatment of the Mayor and City Council in "The Anatomy of Durham." - ILLUSTRATION BY V.C. ROGERS
  • Illustration by V.C. Rogers
  • Rembrandt's handling of groups shows in his treatment of the Mayor and City Council in "The Anatomy of Durham."


Though once attributed to Rembrandt, "Man in a Golden Hard Hat" is now thought to be an early work by his son. - ILLUSTRATION BY V.C. ROGERS
  • Illustration by V.C. Rogers
  • Though once attributed to Rembrandt, "Man in a Golden Hard Hat" is now thought to be an early work by his son.


The names of many of Rembrandt's sitters have been lost, among them the subject of this work, "Young Girl Making a Duckface." - ILLUSTRATION BY V.C. ROGERS
  • Illustration by V.C. Rogers
  • The names of many of Rembrandt's sitters have been lost, among them the subject of this work, "Young Girl Making a Duckface."


The dimly lit interior of "Scholar Watching a Close Game" demonstrates Rembrandt's abiding interest in the play of light and shadow. - ILLUSTRATION BY V.C. ROGERS
  • Illustration by V.C. Rogers
  • The dimly lit interior of "Scholar Watching a Close Game" demonstrates Rembrandt's abiding interest in the play of light and shadow.


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