Dutch master painters have been pulled out of the Golden Age and are now placed in today's art of photography.
It's the style Rudi Huisman is known for in The Netherlands.
Recognize Rembrandt and Vermeer in the way Huisman plays with light, colors and styling in his series of Golden Age portraits.
Take a first glance and recognize details from old masters, take a second glance and find Huisman his imagination.




Iris
Chilipepper
Aftershower
Bathscrub collar
Birgittelowkew
Clothespinandwrappingpaper
Evy
Evycollar
Leaves
MiryannavanReeden
Noa
Theworldbehindmyeyes
All of his portraits can be recognized by the specific low-key techniques, using light just the way the old masters did. Huisman made his own study out of Rembrandt his way of painting the well-known masterpieces.
His photo's are crossovers between Golden Age paintings and modern photography in which both analog as well as digital ways are being used.
About Rudi Huisman his work.
More then three centuries and many technologies have been passed after Rembrandt produced his famous paintings back in the 17th century, the Dutch Golden Age. Still, Rembrandt his way of using light is famous and used by many modern artist.
Among them photographer Rudi Huisman (born 1970). Huisman is known for his Golden Age portraits, which got special attention from the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam in their Rijksstudio project.
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