Rembrandt 372: 17th Century Model Copper Chandelier With 12 Lamps H85xB74

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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 lure the viewer, resulted in dramatic scenes with clear details.

Reminiscent of the grandeur of 17th-century Holland, the two-tier Rembrandt 372 chandelier exudes majestic elegance with twelve solid copper arms protruding from the handmade frame. At 85 cm high and 74 cm wide, this imposing yet graceful fixture embodies the aesthetics of the Dutch Golden Age. The intricate curling metalwork surrounds each tier, illustrating the masterful craftsmanship of historic metalwork. Although inspired by an ancient piece, this striking chandelier is wired along its arms for modern lighting. With its rich, decadent glow and superior construction, the Rembrandt 372 immerses spaces in ancient charm. The 2-tiered Rembrandt has screw connections and the bulb ending with ring instead of a teat.

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