Aristotle with a Bust of Homer.
This piece of art work is located at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City.
It was painted in 1653 on canvas with oil.
The Life of Rembrandt
He went to Latin school and the Leiden university.
In 1631 he moved to Amsterdam and three years later he married Saskia van Uylenburg.
During his eight years of marriage with her they had four children only one of which made it into adulthood.
After the death of his wife, Rembrandt had a affair with two other women, neither of which went to well.
Outliving both his third wife and his son, Rembrandt died on October 4th, 1669, in Amsterdam.
1606 Born Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn on 15 July in Leiden
1620 Enrolled at the University of Leiden
1624 Studies under Jacob Isaacszoon van Swanenburgh and Pieter Lastman
1631 Moved to Amsterdam
1634 Becomes a member of the Guild of St. Luke
1634 Marries Saskia van Uylenburgh
1635 Over the next 6 years, 3 of the 4 children born to Saskia and Rembrandt die, only Titus survives
1642 Saskia dies
1649 Engages Hendrickje Stoffels as housekeeper (she eventually becomes his common-law wife)
1656 Declares bankruptcy
1657 Moves to Roozengracht where he lives with friends
1660 Hendrickje and Titus set up an art-dealing business in order to provide Rembrandt with protection against his creditors
1663 Hendrichje dies
1668 Son Titus dies, Rembrandt moves in with daughter-in-law Magdalena van Loo
1669 Dies 4 October in Amsterdam