The image of Rembrandt van Rijn is well known to art lovers all over the world because of the many self-portraits that the painter created. During the course of his career, Rembrandt created paintings, engravings and drawings of his own image more than 100 times. With his own image as the only subject of so many works, the way that the painter's face changed over time was chronicled for the ages. He is the only major painter to use himself as the single subject of so many of his works, and this unique perspective has been studied by many scholars over the years. Find out more about Rembrandt's self-portraits and how they have been interpreted by the art world in this 30-minute video.