Dutch Self-Portraits Of The Golden Age
Self-portraits have never been more popular than during the Dutch Golden Age, fueled by fierce competition between painters and an increase in painting production. This book presents a collection of 27 fascinating self-portraits from 17th-century Dutch artists.
This illustrated catalogue explores the role of the self-portrait in the context of the period and gives insight into why the genre became so popular. Published to coincide with an exhibition at the Hague in 2015, it features work from Lester, Steen, Rembrandt, Fabritius and Dou, among others.
|Author||Ariane van Suchtelen|
|Dimensions||28 x 23 x 10 cm|
|Publisher||Uitgeverij de Kunst|
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