Discover Rembrandt's Art
Rembrandt Prints Online houses almost five hundred images from the Morgan Library and Museum collection of Rembrandt etchings. The collection includes. Browse the prints as a whole or by group: self-portraits, portraits, Biblical subjects, and landscapes. Each image can be downloaded, printed, viewed full screen, zoomed and panned.
Rembrandt's Etchings: A Portrait in Black and White is a series of nine videos (2-13 minutes) on Rembrandt, his society, the art of etching, his self-portraits, portraits of the common man, religious subjects, his greatest plates and a step-by-step demonstration of preparing and etching a copper plate and creating a print. Because the etchings referred to are not shown, the first eight videos will require some teacher preparation. The final video on the etching process requires no additional illustration.
BiographyA two part biographical video examines Rembrandt’s life and career as a painter and printmaker.
In the Educator Resource Packet: Dutch Life In The Seventeenth Century Through The Eyes Of The Artists, ( PDF, 4.7 MB, 45 pgs) the section titled Rembrandt: His Life, His Art, His Circle of Influence examines his etchings and includes activities for K-4, 5-8, and 9-12 science and visual art.