Masters of Art: Rembrandt
This generously illustrated volume on the work of Rembrandt makes the world’s greatest art accessible to readers of every level of appreciation.
Celebrated for his penetrating portraits, richly detailed landscapes, and evocative narrative paintings, the seventeenth century artist Rembrandt is generally considered one of Europe’s greatest painters and printmakers, and the master of the Dutch School. His work is distinguished by broad brushwork, luminous palettes, and a sense of order and movement that recalls the finest Renaissance art.
Overflowing with impeccably reproduced images, this book offers full page spreads of masterpieces as well as highlights of smaller details—allowing the viewer to appreciate every aspect of the artist’s technique and oeuvre. Chronologically arranged, the book covers important biographical and historic events that reflect the latest scholarship. Additional information includes a list of works, timeline, and suggestions for further reading.
|Dimensions||16.8 x 20.6 x 1.6 cm|
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