Erich Neumann on Rembrandt

“With Rembrandt…the object represented is quite unimportant, but even in the smallest sketch – of a beggar, for instance – he formulates the problems of the whole world and its need ¬†for redemption, and at the same time bathes it in a mysterious redeeming light that plays over all”.


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