In 1606 Rembrandt van Rijn was born in Leiden, Holland, a prolific and innovative painter, engraver and designer. Lived in an era of enormous wealth and extraordinary progress, the so-called Golden Age, Rembrandt distinguished itself for the wide range of subjects depicted, which includes portraits, self-portraits, landscapes, allegorical and historical scenes, biblical and mythological themes, as well as animal studies.Year 2019 was the 350th anniversary of his death and the miniature sheet that the Vatican Philatelic Office dedicates to the occasion, designed by the artist Marina Richterová, portrays him in his authoritative composure in the act of exercising his refined art, as were an incision of his.
Date of Issue 4th November :2019 Format: 45 x 32.42 mm – Perforation: 13 . x 13 . Sheet format: 151.5 x 106 mm Artist: Marina Richterová Printing house: Cartor (France) Sheet price: € 1.15 Max print run: 50,000 Mini sheets