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Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn

(Harmenszoon; Ryn; other variants; probably 1606–69). Painter, etcher; b. Leiden, Neth.; moved to Amsterdam ca. 1631/32. Works include Abraham's Sacrifice; Woman Taken in Adultery; Descent from the Cross. See also Art, Ecclesiastical and Religious, 7.


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