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Among the exclusive species 25 , 23 were represented by eight or fewer individuals; that is, they were rare species in the assemblage Table 1 , but host specificity among treehoppers is more relevant to species of temperate regions, since tropical species tend to be polyphagous Wood , Comparing the 26 species collected in a locality of the Cerrado by Lopes with the 43 species collected in the Caatinga reveals that only three species are common to both biomes: Enchenopa concolor, Enchenopa gracilis and Prorcyrta pectoralis.

In the Cerrado, E. In the Caatinga, E. The low proportion of common species found between the domains may be historical and indicate that the Caatinga and Cerrado are not the result of a single ancestral area, as stated by Zanella The species accumulation curves for each area translate the richness estimates obtained with the Chao1 estimator.

The PEEA curve was the only one that approached the asymptote, but the stopping rule was not met due to the occurrence of a singleton, Hygris beckeri. In this domain, which corresponds to The heterogeneity of the Caatinga, the low similarity between the sampled assemblages of treehoppers in different areas and the large sampling gaps in this domain suggest that the biodiversity of these insects will increase substantially with increased sampling effort, especially in ecoregions not yet explored.

References Bagnolds, F. Calor, eds. Sufficient sampling for asymptotic minimum species richness estimators. Statistical estimation of species richness and shared species from samples. Version 9 and earlier. University of Connecticut. Estimation of species richness and shared species from samples. A new species of Calloconophora Dietrich Hemiptera, Membracidae from the semi-arid region of northeastern Brazil.

Iheringia Ser. Temporal variation of Membracidae Hemiptera: Auchenorrhyncha composition in areas of caatinga with different vegetation structures. Classification of the higher categories of the New World treehoppers Homoptera: Membracidae. Ant-Homoptera interactions in a neotropical savana: the honeydew-producing treehopper Guayaquila xiphias Membracidae and is associated ant fauna on Didymopanax vinosum Araliaceae.

Trophobiosis between Formicidae and Hemiptera Sternorrhyncha and Auchenorrhyncha : an overview. Neotropical Entomology. Biota Neotropica. Acesso em: The seasonality and population dynamics of equatorial forest birds in Sarawak.

Homoptera Family Membracidae. Genera Insectorum. General Catalogue of the Hemiptera. Fascicle I: Membracidae. Smith College Press. Silva, M. Tabarelli, M. Lins orgs. Revista Brasileira de Zoologia. Differences in insect abundance and diversity between wetter and drier sites during a tropical dry season. At first he used a style based on drawing, but soon moved to one based on painting, using a mass of lines and numerous bitings with the acid to achieve different strengths of line.

Towards the end of the s, he reacted against this manner and moved to a simpler style, with fewer bitings. In the mature works of the s, Rembrandt was more ready to improvise on the plate and large prints typically survive in several states, up to eleven, often radically changed.

He now uses hatching to create his dark areas, which often take up much of the plate. He also experimented with the effects of printing on different kinds of paper, including Japanese paper, which he used frequently, and on vellum. He began to use "plate tone," leaving a thin film of ink on parts of the plate instead of wiping it completely clean to print each impression.

He made more use of drypoint , exploiting, especially in landscapes, the rich fuzzy burr that this technique gives to the first few impressions. His prints have similar subjects to his paintings, although the twenty-seven self-portraits are relatively more common, and portraits of other people less so. There are forty-six landscapes, mostly small, which largely set the course for the graphic treatment of landscape until the end of the 19th century.

One third of his etchings are of religious subjects, many treated with a homely simplicity, whilst others are his most monumental prints. A few erotic, or just obscene, compositions have no equivalent in his paintings.

This picture was called De Nachtwacht by the Dutch and The Night Watch by Sir Joshua Reynolds because by the 18th century the picture was so dimmed and defaced that it was almost indistinguishable, and it looked quite like a night scene. After it was cleaned, it was discovered to represent broad day—a party of musketeers stepping from a gloomy courtyard into the blinding sunlight.

The piece was commissioned for the new hall of the Kloveniersdoelen , the musketeer branch of the civic militia. Rembrandt departed from convention, which ordered that such genre pieces should be stately and formal, rather a line-up than an action scene.

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Instead he showed the militia readying themselves to embark on a mission what kind of mission, an ordinary patrol or some special event, is a matter of debate. Contrary to what is often said, the work was hailed as a success from the beginning.

The painting is now in the Rijksmuseum.

Rembrandt was interested in Mughal miniatures , especially around the s. He drew versions of some 23 Mughal paintings, and may have owned an album of them. They may also have influenced the costumes and other aspects of his works.

In the Rembrandt Research Project began under the sponsorship of the Netherlands Organization for the Advancement of Scientific Research; it was initially expected to last a highly optimistic ten years.

As a result of their findings, many paintings that were previously attributed to Rembrandt have been removed from their list, although others have been added back. Rembrandt's authorship had been questioned by at least one scholar, Alfred von Wurzbach, at the beginning of the twentieth century, but for many decades later most scholars, including the foremost authority writing in English, Julius S.

Held , agreed that it was indeed by the master. In the s, however, Dr. Josua Bruyn of the Foundation Rembrandt Research Project cautiously and tentatively attributed the painting to one of Rembrandt's closest and most talented pupils, Willem Drost , about whom little is known. But Bruyn's remained a minority opinion, the suggestion of Drost's authorship is now generally rejected, and the Frick itself never changed its own attribution, the label still reading "Rembrandt" and not "attributed to" or "school of".

More recent opinion has shifted even more decisively in favor of the Frick, with Simon Schama in his book Rembrandt's Eyes and the Rembrandt Project scholar Ernst van de Wetering Melbourne Symposium, both arguing for attribution to the master.

Those few scholars who still question Rembrandt's authorship feel that the execution is uneven, and favour different attributions for different parts of the work. A similar issue was raised by Simon Schama in his book Rembrandt's Eyes concerning the verification of titles associated with the subject matter depicted in Rembrandt's works.

For example, the exact subject being portrayed in Aristotle with a Bust of Homer recently retitled by curators at the Metropolitan Museum has been directly challenged by Schama applying the scholarship of Paul Crenshaw. Another painting, Pilate Washing His Hands , is also of questionable attribution.

Critical opinion of this picture has varied since , when Wilhelm von Bode described it as "a somewhat abnormal work" by Rembrandt. Scholars have since dated the painting to the s and assigned it to an anonymous pupil, possibly Aert de Gelder.

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The composition bears superficial resemblance to mature works by Rembrandt but lacks the master's command of illumination and modeling. The attribution and re-attribution work is ongoing. In four oil paintings previously attributed to Rembrandt's students were reclassified as the work of Rembrandt himself: The painting needs to be seen in terms of Rembrandt's experimentation". This was highlighted much earlier by Nigel Konstam who studied Rembrandt throughout his career.

Rembrandt's own studio practice is a major factor in the difficulty of attribution, since, like many masters before him, he encouraged his students to copy his paintings, sometimes finishing or retouching them to be sold as originals, and sometimes selling them as authorized copies.

Additionally, his style proved easy enough for his most talented students to emulate. Further complicating matters is the uneven quality of some of Rembrandt's own work, and his frequent stylistic evolutions and experiments.

The pigment analyses of some thirty paintings have shown that Rembrandt's palette consisted of the following pigments: One painting Saskia van Uylenburgh as Flora [89] reportedly contains gamboge. Rembrandt very rarely used pure blue or green colors, the most pronounced exception being Belshazzar's Feast [90] [91] in the National Gallery in London.

The book by Bomford [90] describes more recent technical investigations and pigment analyses of Rembrandt's paintings predominantly in the National Gallery in London. The entire array of pigments employed by Rembrandt can be found at ColourLex. Roughly speaking, his earliest signatures c. In , he used this monogram early in the year, then added his family name to it, " RHL-van Rijn ", but replaced this form in that same year and began using his first name alone with its original spelling, " Rembrant ".

This change is purely visual; it does not change the way his name is pronounced. Curiously enough, despite the large number of paintings and etchings signed with this modified first name, most of their documents that mentioned him during his lifetime retained the original "Rembrant" spelling. Rembrandt ran a large workshop and had many pupils. The list of Rembrandt pupils from his period in Leiden as well as his time in Amsterdam is quite long, mostly because his influence on painters around him was so great that it is difficult to tell whether someone worked for him in his studio or just copied his style for patrons eager to acquire a Rembrandt.

The Royal Castle in Warsaw displays two paintings by Rembrandt.

Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles. The Rembrandt House Museum in central Amsterdam in the house he bought at the height of his success, has furnishings that are mostly not original, but period pieces comparable to those Rembrandt might have had, and paintings reflecting Rembrandt's use of the house for art dealing.

His printmaking studio has been set up with a printing press, where replica prints are printed. The museum has a few Rembrandt paintings, many loaned, but an important collection of his prints, a good selection of which are on rotating display. All major print rooms have large collections of Rembrandt prints, although as some exist in only a single impression, no collection is complete. The degree to which these collections are displayed to the public, or can easily be viewed by them in the print room, varies greatly.

Rembrandt is one of the most famous [] [] [] and best expertly researched visual artists in history. He has been the subject of a vast amount of literature that includes both fiction and nonfiction works. Rembrandt scholarship , as an academic field in its own right with many notable Rembrandt connoisseurs and scholars , has been very dynamic and well published. Rembrandt's art is a key component in any study of the Dutch Golden Age, and his membership in the canon of artistic genius is well established, but he is also a figure whose significance transcends specialist interest.

Literary critics have pondered "Rembrandt" as a "cultural text"; novelists, playwrights, and filmmakers have romanticized his life, and in popular culture, his name has become synonymous with excellence for products and services, ranging from toothpaste to self-help advice.

Francisco Goya , often considered to be among the last of the Old Masters , said "I have had three masters: A young Rembrandt , c. Partly an exercise in chiaroscuro. Self-portrait , c. Self-portrait , , Nationalmuseum , Stockholm. Self-portrait at the age of 34 , , National Gallery , London.

Self-Portrait , oil on canvas, Kunsthistorisches Museum , Vienna. Self-portrait , Vienna c. Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna. Self-Portrait , Self-Portrait with Two Circles , Kenwood House , London. Self-Portrait as Zeuxis , c. One of 2 painted self-portraits in which Rembrandt is turned to the left.

Self-portrait at the age of 63 , dated , the year he died. National Gallery, London. Jeremiah Lamenting the Destruction of Jerusalem , c. The Philosopher in Meditation , Anatomy Lesson of Dr. Sacrifice of Isaac , The Blinding of Samson , , which Rembrandt gave to Huyghens. Belshassar's Feast , The Archangel leaving Tobias , Susanna and the Elders , Young Girl at the Window , Portrait of Jan Six , a wealthy friend of Rembrandt, Bathsheba at Her Bath , modelled by Hendrickje, A Woman Bathing in a Stream , modelled by Hendrickje, The Jewish Bride , , Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam.

Ahasuerus and Haman at the Feast of Esther , Saint Bartholomew , , J. Paul Getty Museum. The Syndics of the Drapers' Guild , The Conspiracy of Claudius Civilis cut-down , — Jacob Blessing the Sons of Joseph , The Return of the Prodigal Son , detail, c. Lucretia , Minneapolis Institute of Art. Self-portrait in a cap, with eyes wide open , , etching and burin.

Role-playing in Self-portrait as an oriental Potentate with a Kris , , etching. Suzannah and the Elders , , drawing in Sanguine on paper, Kupferstichkabinett Berlin. Self-portrait with Saskia , , etching, Rijksmuseum. An elephant , , drawing in black chalk on paper, Albertina , Austria. Self-portrait leaning on a Sill , , etching, National Gallery of Art. Christ and the woman taken in adultery , c.

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The Hundred Guilder Print , c. Virgin and Child with a Cat , , original copper etching plate above the original copper plate, in Victoria and Albert Museum , example of the print below.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article is about the Dutch artist. For other uses, see Rembrandt disambiguation. Leiden , Dutch Republic now the Netherlands.

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Amsterdam , Dutch Republic now the Netherlands. See also: Main article: The Night Watch. This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. December Self-portraits by Rembrandt. Bust of an old man with a fur hat , the artist's father, The Mill , See Is the Rembrandt Year being celebrated one year too soon? One year too late? However, most sources continue to use Random House Webster's Unabridged Dictionary. Conversations with Paul Gsell. Originally published as L'Art: Van Gogh and the Art of Living: The Gospel According to Vincent van Gogh.

Until then, he had signed with a combination of initials or monograms.

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In late , he began signing solely with his first name, "Rembrant". He added the "d" in the following year and stuck to this spelling for the rest of his life. Although we can only speculate, this change must have had a meaning for Rembrandt, which is generally interpreted as his wanting to be known by his first name like the great figures of the Italian Renaissance: Leonardo, Raphael etc.

Retrieved The house sale was in , but was agreed with two years for Rembrandt to vacate. More recent catalogues have added three two in unique impressions and excluded enough to reach totals as follows: Schwartz, p. Van de Wetering, p.

Rembrandt's Nose: New York: As Mendelowitz noted: His "Winter Landscape" displays the virtuosity of performance of an Oriental master, yet unlike the Oriental calligraphy, it is not based on an established convention of brush performance. It is as personal as handwriting.

The Meeting of Eastern and Western Art. University of California Press, , p. Those keen and steady eyes that we know so well from Rembrandt's self-portraits must have been able to look straight into the human heart.

Retrieved 12 May Rembrandt's Century. San Francisco, CA: Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco. Retrieved 11 August There is a book on the subject: Responses to Rembrandt; Who painted the Polish Rider?The Gospel According to Vincent van Gogh.

The piece was commissioned for the new hall of the Kloveniersdoelen , the musketeer branch of the civic militia. Rembrandt was not summoned to appear for the Church council because he was not a member of the Reformed Church. Wheelock, Jr. However, the number of exclusive species was 25, with SESC being the area with the highest number of species 12 in this category Figure 2.

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