Rembrandt chipped away at his first etchings (1626) in Leiden. His global popularity started from his boundless spread of these carving prints. Rembrandt, counterparts, blessed his etchings with a painterly quality accomplished through ace treatment of light and dim.
Rembrandt was incredibly inventive with his utilization of light. His new style left huge territories of his canvases and a few of his etchings covered up in shadow. Rembrandt’s utilization of enlightenment became quickly more fragile in his composition. He became know for his inventive spots of brilliance and pockets of substantial haziness. Additional proof of his enthusiasm for the treatment of light can be found in his 1629 Judas Repentant and Returning the Pieces of Silver.