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Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn was born on July 15, 1606 in Leiden, the Netherlands. Rembrandt is the night children of Harmen Gerritszoon van Rijn and Neeltgen Willemsdochter van Zuytbrouck.
Therefamily were not pure their father was a miller and her mother baker daughter .rembrandt . He go to study latin school then he go university but he have a greater inclination for art then of that hego to study with  Jacob van Swanenburgh, with whom he spent three years.
Rembrandt in 1624 or 1625 he open a studio in leiden that he know Jan Lievens years later he were discovered. . As a resultof this connection, Prince Frederik Hendrik continued to purchase paintings from Rembrandt until 1646. . As a result of this connection, Prince Frederik Hendrikcontinued to purchase paintings fromRembrandt until 1646.
They were married in the local church of St. Annaparochie without the presence of his relatives.[11] In the same year, Rembrandt became a burgess of Amsterdam and a member of thelocal guild of painters. 
When they move to there new house Rembrandt do his house like a museum .When the years go by Rembrandt became a Jewish . years later he got a son but something terriblehappen  their son Rumbartus died two months after his birth in 1635 and their daughter Cornelia died at just 3 weeks of age in 1638. In 1640, they had a second daughter, also named Cornelia, who diedafter living barely over a month. Only their fourth child, Titus, who was born in 1641, survived into adulthood. Saskia died in 1642 soon after Titus's birth, probably from tuberculosis. Rembrandt'sdrawings of her on her sick and death bed are among his most moving works.
Rembrandt began a relationship with the much younger Hendrickje Stoffels, who had initially been his maid. In 1654 they had adaughter, Cornelia, bringing Hendrickje a summons from the Reformed Church to answer the charge "that she had committed the acts of a whore with Rembrandt the painter".
Rembrandt outlived both...