The Embarrassment of Riches
This art history book is an epic account of Dutch culture in the Golden Age of Rembrandt and van Diemen.
Moving far beyond the conventions of social or cultural history, in this art history book Simon Schama investigates the astonishing case of a people’s self-invention. He shows how, in the 17th century, a modest assortment of farming, fishing and shipping communities, without a shared language, religion or government, transformed themselves into a formidable world empire – the Dutch republic.
|Dimensions||17 x 23.4 cm|
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