Angel in the Studio: Copying Rembrandt

by Matthew Innis |

Maestro Michael John Angel is a firm believer that an instructor must have previously made their own copy of a work that they are asking their students to duplicate, and following such philosophy, he recently set about recreating Rembrandt van Rijn’s self-portrait of 1659. In this post . . .

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