Rembrandt, 1606-1669, was a Dutch painter. Rembrandt was a Dutch painter that was also a highly skilled printmaker. The visual art supremacy of Rembrandt works put him in elite company and made him a permanent fixture in Dutch history. He separated himself from other prominent Dutch painters by using different styles and not focusing on a single subject matter. His influences were Peter Paul Rubens, Pieter Lastman and Utrecht Caravaggists. Rembrandt made a name for himself with paintings like The Prodigal Son in the Tavern, The Storm on the Sea of Galilee, A Polish Nobleman, Rembrandt Night Watch
and The Abduction of Europa. Over the years, Rembrandt also taught several history making artists in his Amsterdam workshop.