Rembrandt van Gogh

image jeroen huijbregts text roberto voorbij

Rembrandt van Gogh or Vincent van Rijn, a collage by Amsterdam graphic designer Jeroen Huijbregts. This perfect symbiosis of Van Rijn and Van Gogh goes beyond just a physical analogy. Vincent van Gogh adored Rembrandt. For that matter, it is certainly possible that this specific portrait of Rembrandt, served as an inspiration for Van Gogh…

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Jeroen Huijbregts – Rembrandt van Gogh (2013).

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6 Responses to Rembrandt van Gogh

  1. This is a great post and assimilated portrait of two independent artists who marched to their own styles, subject matter and private patronage. Both are Dutch-born artists raised in a culture that fostered the free trade of goods and ideas. I can totally see how Vincent was influenced by Rembrandt (and other artists like the ‘rough and ready’ Frans Hals). Thank you for sharing 🙂

    • thank you for the likes Tyler! the kudos for this post all go to Jeroen Huijbregts who made this amazing collage, and indeed Frans Hals has a loose style comparable with Rembrandt’s more expressionistic later works, by far his best if you ask me.

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