Self-Portrait with Dishevelled Hair
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Self-portrait by Rembrandt
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Self-Portrait with Dishevelled Hair, also known as Self-Portrait as a Young Man and by various other titles, is an early self-portrait by the Dutch artist Rembrandt. Now in the Rijksmuseum, it dates to 1628 and is an exercise in chiaroscuro. It is one of the earliest of over forty painted self-portraits by Rembrandt, there is a copy in the collection of the National Trust which was created by his workshop.
- ^ White, Christopher, Buvelot, Quentin (eds), Rembrandt by himself, pp. 10, 94-95, 1999, National Gallery, London/Mauritshuis, The Hague, ISBN 1857092708
- Media related to Self-portrait (Rembrandt, c. 1628) at Wikimedia Commons
- Rijksmuseum catalogue entry
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