Rembrandt was an unsurpassed etcher. His keen eye and individual approach imbued his etchings with a personal character. These beautiful reproductions of Rembrandt's original etchings are hand printed by the Rembrandt House Museum, Amsterdam. The original etching is photographed then transferred to a copper plate. Using a stereomicroscope, an engraver cuts the etching into the plate, working with meticulous care to follow the hand of Rembrandt. Once ready, the print is created, coming as close as possible to the original etching. 'Sitting Male Nude' by Rembrandt, 1646.