”Let Rembrandt finish his masterpiece; then we eat him.”
The two hungry, but patient, lions belong to a similar composition found in a number of Jan Brueghel de Velour paintings.Their origin may be a prototype by Peter Paul Rubens either a drawings or lost painting.The background and waterfall against which the oblivious Rembrandt works is based on a detail in a watercolour by Matthew Moss of the Val d’Aoste alpine landscape.
are available for book illustrations, annual reports, paper and packaging, giftware, related products. You can license them in the following format: Original transparencies in 6 x 6 cm. (2¼ in.) format, high-resolution RGB drum scans on DVD or efficient and quick E-Mail or FTP upload.