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The Jewish Bride is a painting that belongs to the famous Baroque era. This painting is one of the most recent and mysterious artist Rembrandt. He wrote not only in the standard style, but sometimes he was a creator, a poet that composes. This is how the master in this work of art showed himself. The name of the painting was created in 1825 by Van der Noor, an Amsterdam collector. He mistakenly believed that the painting depicts a father who gives his daughter a beautiful necklace in honor of the wedding. They say about Rembrandt that he is a great creator, and in order to become like him, you must die repeatedly! The painting is a masterpiece of the Rembrandt period, which is characterized by golden, brown and red shades. Without a doubt, it was decided that this is a portrait, but who is on it? Miguel de Barrios and his wife or maybe Lutma master with his wife? The painting is a portrait of a couple, Isaac and Rebekah. They settled in Philistimsk. Through intense fear stood out as siblings. But after some time, the king saw through them and understood everything. After that, he provided them with his own protection.
The composition of this picture is created from the sitting Rebekah - the bride, who throws her leg over the thigh of her husband. It speaks of the game with love and great pleasure from it. The canvas is depicted in an unusual form. A man hugs his woman and puts his hand on his chest, she supports the gesture of a man, this is noticeable by touching his hand. It is with this touch that we can feel the intimacy of the artist’s masterpiece. The painting "Jewish Bride" is the final and best point in the development of Rembrandt and in his attempt to combine the universal and something special. Paying attention to the light, color and depth of the composition, we can say that the gesture of a woman is the main element of the picture and hardly any artist could do it. After the Creation of Adam by Michelangelo, this is the most quoted gesture in the history of painting.
Northern Territory of Vasnetsov