Can you tell the real Rembrandt?

"This is the same complex of buildings seen from different angles. Rembrandt is drawing it with a wet line and wash to give a sense of the wind blowing and the sun changing. Furnerius is making a portrait of a place, paying close attention to the leaded windows, the millstone in the yard. Rembrandt is more interested in the action of the elements on the buildings. For him, the specifics of the buildings aren’t that important. It's the weather." "Houses on the Bulwark 'The Rose,' Amsterdam" by Rembrandt and "A House on the Bulwark 'The Rose,' Amsterdam" by Abraham Furnerius
J. Paul Getty Museum
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