Self Portrait with Angry Expression
etching, 72x60mm
British Museum, London

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Another print from the group of four that record facial expressions. In this one Rembrandt is glaring furiously at the viewer. His angered is conveyed by the straight lines of the mouth, the round, dark eyes, and the knotted brow. the unruly hair adds to the drama of the print. All attention is directed to the face. This is the second state of the etching. In the first the head was right of center.

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