Painters Paintings Rembrandt (1606-1669): The Stoning of Saint Stephen, 1625, Oil on canvas, 89 cm …
Painters Work Rembrandt (1606-1669): The Stoning of Saint Stephen, 1625, Oil on canvas, 89 cm × 123 cm (35 in × 48 in), Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon
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The Stoning of Saint Stephen is among the first work by Dutch artist Rembrandt, painted in 1625 on the age of 19. It’s at the moment stored within the Musée des Beaux-Arts de Lyon. There’s a self-portrait is included within the portray.
This work is impressed by the martyrdom of Saint Stephen which is recounted in Acts 7. This younger deacon within the Christian group of Jerusalem was sentenced to loss of life by stoning. The portray was influenced by the artwork of Caravaggio and Adam Elsheimer. It represents the second when Stephen was stoned outdoors the town by his many tormentors (about twenty characters), and he utters his final phrases to Christ as the sunshine round him exhibits that the heavens are open.
The portray is split into two distinct zones with a diagonal creating an impact of chiaroscuro: on the left, a person on horseback is within the shadow, and on the suitable, Stephen and his persecutors are within the mild. Saul of Tarsus may be seen seated within the background holding in his lap the coats of the stoners. Some inaccuracies within the drawing may be seen. The character behind Stephen appears to be a self-portrait completed right into a wider composition, as Spanish painter Diego Velázquez did in Las Meninas. John Durham means that Rembrandt “presents himself as a considerably alarmed presence, a participant who could also be having second ideas about what was happening.