Rembrandt The Master & His Workshop Paintings
|Autore/i||Edited by Christopher Leslie Brown, Jan Kelch, and Pieter van Thiel|
|Editore||Yale university Press / National Gallery||Luogo||New Heaven|
|Dimensioni||25x29 (cm)||Illustrazioni||num. ill e tavv b/n e colori n.t. - colors and b/w ills|
|Legatura||tela edit. con sovracc. ill. colori - hardcover with dustjacket||Conservazione||Usato buone condizioni- Used Good|
|Lingua||Inglese - English Text||Peso||2100 (gr)|
Berlin, Altes Museum, Kupferstichkabinett SMPK, September 12 - October 27, 1991.
Amsterdam, Riksmuseum, December 4, 1991 - January 19, 1992.
London, The National Gallery, March 26 - May 24, 1992.
These books present not only a sumptuous collection of the works of Rembrandt but also the first clear picture of the division of work that was done in Rembrandt's workshop. In the beautiful volume on the Paintings, prominent experts discuss the artist's life and work and then present detailed studies of paintings definitely attributed to Rembrandt—from the earliest Biblical subjects to the last self-portrait—as well as paintings by his pupils that had previously been attributed to their master. The Drawings and Etchings surveys Rembrandt's entire graphic oeuvre, relating his works to those of his students, who learned by copying his drawings and etchings.
Drawing on this research, these books on Rembrandt’s paintings, drawings and etchings provide for the first time a clear picture of the division of work that was done in Rembrandt’s workshop. Each book is an important contribution to Rembrandt scholarship as well as a sumptuous collection of his works.
The books will serve as the catalogues for a major exhibition of Rembrandt’s paintings, drawings, and etchings opening at the Altes Museum in Berlin and the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam in 1991. Paintings and etchings from this exhibition will later be on display at the National Gallery in London; the drawings will be shown at the British Museum.
In the beautiful volume on the Paintings, prominent experts discuss Rembrandt’s life, his technique, the organization of his workshop, and the history of critical response to him. The authors then present detailed studies of fifty-one paintings definitely attributed to Rembrandt, from his earliest biblical subjects to the last self-portrait. The final section of the book discusses the work of Rembrandt’s pupils, including Ferdinand Bol, Gerrit Dou, and Nicolaes Maes. Paintings once assumed to be by Rembrandt are attributed to these pupils and are related to other works they have done.
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