Self-Portrait as Zeuxis

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Self-Portrait as Zeuxis, also known as Self-Portrait Laughing in Old Age or Self-Portrait with Mallet, is a painting by Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn. The painting was painted by the artist around 1663. Today it is housed in the Wallraf Richartz Museum in Cologne.

The old man in the foreground is the only object in the picture that is brightly lit, especially his face and forehead are brightly lit. He is shown laughing with his mouth ajar and his eyebrows raised. The model wears a hat on her head and a gold scarf on her shoulders. A chain with a large, seemingly valuable pendant adorns the neck, and a flash of light on the lobe of the left ear suggests an earring with gold pins. The man's position is slightly bent forward and his gaze is directed to the viewer.

This is a beautiful photo taken after the original and edited.
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frameless dimensions.
H - 24 cm
l - 18 cm

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