Bathsheba with King David's Letter – (Rembrandt Van Rijn) ก่อน ต่อไป


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สไตล์: Dutch Golden Age

หัวข้อ: Baths Royalty Royalty

เทคนิค: Oil

Bathsheba at Her Bath (or Bathsheba with King David's Letter) is an oil painting by the Dutch artist Rembrandt (1606–1669) finished in 1654. A depiction that is both sensual and empathetic, it shows a moment from the Old Testament story in which King David sees Bathsheba bathing and, entranced, seduces and impregnates her. In order to marry Bathsheba, David sends her husband into battle and orders his generals to abandon him, leaving him to certain death. While the scene of David spying on Bathsheba had been painted by earlier artists, Rembrandt's description differs in its tight pictorial focus and erotic vitality, achieved through broad, thick brushstrokes and vibrant coloration.

This artwork is in the public domain.

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Rembrandt Van Rijn

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