Rembrandt 369: 17th Century Model Copper Chandelier With 12 Lamps H70xB62

6.5288.487 inc. VAT

Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669) was a Dutch painter, etcher and illustrator. He is considered the most important Dutch master of the 17th century and one of the best painters and etchers in all of European art. In total, he produced about three hundred paintings, three hundred etchings and two thousand sketches. His work belongs to the Baroque period and is visibly influenced by Caravaggism, although he never visited Italy. His extraordinary skill in manipulating light and dark, often using strong contrasts (chiaroscuro) to draw the viewer in, resulted in dramatic scenes with clear details.

Mimicking an ornate 17th-century Dutch original, the Rembrandt 369 chandelier casts a decadent glow with twelve gracefully curved brass arms. At 70 cm high and 62 cm wide, this striking yet sophisticated fixture exudes Golden Age grandeur with its hand-detailed metalwork swirling across the frame. Although inspired by a historical piece, the Rembrandt 369 is modernly wired while retaining the allure of antique craftsmanship. With its solid brass construction and the rich, warm illumination of a bygone era, this stylish chandelier is a divine Dutch accent for contemporary settings. The Rembrandt with 2 levels is a 17th century design with solid cast parts, keyways and mortise and tenon joints.

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