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Rembrandt, whose last name is pronounced “van Rin,” was a 17th century Dutch master. He was born into a large middle-class family in 1606; his parents did not have much money, but his education was important to them.
As a child, he attended a Latin school near his home in Leiden, and at 14, he started at a local university. He was not really interested in the studies there however, and he soon left to study art. He first studied with an artist in Leiden, Jacob van Swanenburch, and later in Amsterdam with Pieter Lasman.
After 6 months with Lasman, he had mastered everything he was taught! He returned to Leiden and began to look for work.
He was so highly sought after that at only 22, he took on his first students. Several of them went on to become great artists in their own right.
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