Other early works worth mentioning are St Paul at his Writing Desk, Scholar reading, Philosopher in meditation, The portrait of a young woman and Flora.
Most of the midlife works were believed to have been done between 1635 and 1655. At this time, Rembrandt had already established his reputation as an exceptional painter, etcher and portraitist. These works were mainly for sustaining his commanding presence on the art work platform. Jacob blessing his son, The Anatomy Lesson of Dr Nicolaes Tulp, Danae, Self-portrait with two circles and The Storm on the Sea of Galilee.
Paintings Believed To Have Been Completed A Few Years Before His Death
Rembrandt continued to impress his audience throughout his lifetime and even a few years before he died. As a matter of fact, his desire to paint, etch and create portraits did not wane even during the evening of his life. He was still able to piece together a number of mind boggling and alluring art works which have continued to inspire marvel among art work fanatics across the entire globe. Some of his late works which were done between 1655 and 1669 are indicated below. His style of producing art works did not change with time. He still maintained his manner of producing art works even though he is understood to have become better with age. Major art works that he produced during the last 15 to 16 years of his life include The return of the prodigal son, The sampling officials and The conspiracy of Claudius Civilis.