Learn from Master II

Rembrandt (1606–1669),Landscape with Cottages under Tall Trees. (“The Puff of Wind”), Pen, brown ink and brownish wash on parchment

An attempt to imitate a drawing by Rembrandt. An image below is my drawing. Compared to my first experience imitating a drawing by Van Gogh is, in Rembrandt’s drawing the lines seems to be continuous but there’s a sense of control. Insight gain from experience is once I touch the pen on the surface I need to move it continuously until I get the shapes. I also need to control the quality of the lines and after sometimes, I need to cross-hatched to create a darker tone. Try it and it works!

Zahari Hamidon, “Tropica”, 2018, Pen and Ink on paper

Rembrandt “Landscape with Cottages under Tall Trees. (“The Puff of Wind”)”, from 1650 until 1652, Pen, brown ink and brownish wash on parchment,Height: 116 mm (4.56 in); Width: 203 mm (7.99 in),Current location Statens Museum for Kunst








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Artwork entitled ‘Tropica’ by Zahari Hamidon is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License. Artwork by Rembrandt is as cited in the reference

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