Coloring page : Rembrandt - The Omval

Coloring created from 'De Omval' by Rembrandt (1645). This landscape represents a familiar spot outside Amsterdam, which Rembrandt depicted in several drawings. It's a peninsula, known then and now as 'De Omval', after a ruin that once stood there (the Dutch word omvallen means to fall).

Coloring created from 'De Omval' by Rembrandt (1645)
This landscape represents a familiar spot outside Amsterdam, which Rembrandt depicted in several drawings. It's a peninsula, known then and now as 'De Omval', after a ruin that once stood there (the Dutch word omvallen means to fall).

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The Omval (1645)
Rembrandt (1606, 1669)
National Gallery of Art, Washington DC
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