The Jewish Bride, 1669 by Rembrandt| Oil Painting Reproduction
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Painting Title:The Jewish Bride, 1669
Artist:van Rijn Rembrandt (1606-1669)
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Netherlands
Original Size:121.5 x 166.5 cm
Painting Reproduction completely hand-painted with oil on blank linen canvas.
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The Jewish Bride (Dutch: Het Joodse bruidje) is a painting by Rembrandt, executed around 1669.
The painting gained its current name in the early 19th century, when an Amsterdam art collector identified the subject as that of a Jewish father bestowing a necklace upon his daughter on her wedding day. This interpretation is no longer accepted, and the identity of the couple is uncertain. The ambiguity is heightened by the lack of anecdotal context, leaving only the central universal theme, that of a couple joined in love. Speculative suggestions as to the couple's identity have ranged from Rembrandt's son Titus and his bride, or Amsterdam poet Miguel de Barrios and his wife. Also considered are several couples from the Old Testament, including Abraham and Sarah, or Boaz and Ruth. The likeliest identification, however, is that of Isaac and Rebekah, as described in Genesis 26:8, and is supported by a drawing by the artist of the same theme.
While technical evidence suggests that Rembrandt initially envisioned a larger and more elaborate composition, the placement of his signature at lower left indicates that its current dimensions are not significantly different from those at the time of its completion. The completed composition is "one of the greatest expressions of the tender fusion of spiritual and physical love in the history of painting".
The painting is in the permanent collection of the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.
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