An intimate insight into an intimate relationship, this fascinating book delves into the life of both artist Rembrandt van Rijn and his homeland the Netherlands.
Following the movements of the artist from his birth city Leiden in 1606, living through the period of the Dutch Revolt and the establishment of the independent Dutch Republic, to his relocation in Amsterdam, author Larry Silver investigates van Rijn’s life and work within the context and visual culture of his landscape, as well as his relationship with the powerful court at The Hague.
In this illuminating re-examination, the reader is invited into van Rijn’s personal world. Each chapter provides a visual journey of his art from earlier large-scale religious imagery to self-portraits and detailed depictions of saintly figures.
|Dimensions||21.6 x 13.8 cm|
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