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Excerpt from A Critical Essay
There' exists a certain German book,1 at present in its forty-fifth edition, which one may read without discovering precisely whether Rembrandt was a general, a statesman, a sailor Or an artist. The one definite piece of in formation imparted by this work is that Rembrandt was a German who in many ways conspicuously resembled Bismarck. Incident ally, the reader also learns that Rembrandt' s favourite colours were black, red and gold, the colours of the German standard. Aspects of such elevation as this do not fall within our scope. To us Rembrandt is a Dutchman of the seventeenth century, an artist, a painter and engraver.
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