This master ranks as one of the most reproduced of all artists, particularly of those from before the 20th century. Alongside the likes of Da Vinci, Michelangelo and Raphael, his work can be found in a multitude of forms in homes and offices all across the world.

There are almost a thousand artworks attributed to Rembrandt from a prolific career, giving plenty of choice for his followers. He used many different mediums during his career though oil painting and drawings are by far his two most significant areas of output.

There are several retailers who dominate the market in art reproductions and will tend to offer a huge supply of Rembrandt's work. Framed art prints with inlay cards tend to finish artworks of this style the best. Canvas prints, stretched across a frame are most suited to modern artists like Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque or Gustav Klimt.

Return of the Prodigal Son is typically Rembrandt's most reproduced painting, with several shoulder-length portraits also popular choices. His traditional style is not always suited to contemporary homes, but the beauty of his work will always impress fans of the masters.

Storm on the Sea of Galilee is a stunning seascape which is also commonly reproduced such is the popularity of these scenes generally. His landscape, The Mill, is also regarded as one of his best works.

Rembrandt would use a relatively darkly-lit style in many of his portraits, similar to Caravaggio, and as such you will need to consider the correct room for where to add his paintings.