What subject matter was used by Rembrandt?

Excerpt, and some sites: Rembrandt's subject matter was as diverse as Amsterdam and he etched myriad intimate observations from everyday life including scenes of beggars, children, animals, and various people at their professions. Many of these "genre" pieces capture the same psychological intenseness as his commissioned portraits. http://www.franklinbowlesgallery.com/SF/Artists/ Rembrandt/Pages/sf_rembhome.html In the cases of The Musicians, The Mummers and The Drummers we are able to see how Rembrandt used the reflections to double the subject matter. There are nearly eighty other examples of this procedure that could be cited among Rembrandt's drawings.
http://www.saverembrandt.org.uk/cms/content/view/1/32/
Excerpt, and some sites: Rembrandt's subject matter was as diverse as Amsterdam and he etched myriad intimate observations from everyday life including scenes of beggars, children, animals, and various people at their professions. Many of these "genre" pieces capture the same psychological intenseness as his commissioned portraits. http://www.franklinbowlesgallery.com/SF/Artists/ Rembrandt/Pages/sf_rembhome.html In the cases of The Musicians, The Mummers and The Drummers we are able to see how Rembrandt used the reflections to double the subject matter. There are nearly eighty other examples of this procedure that could be cited among Rembrandt's drawings.
http://www.saverembrandt.org.uk/cms/content/view/1/32/