Published August 1, 1997
by Barron"s Educational Series .
Written in English
|Series||Great Artists (2)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
Rembrandt: Life of a Portrait Painter is one of the first in Barron's Great Artists series. It seems, at first, like the wonderful Dorling Kindersley Eyewitness books, with close-ups, bits of separate text under cameos, and all kinds of : David Spence. He writes a book at once about a Dutch hero (and Rembrandt’s competition with Rubens, the Flemish master) and about Dutch history with the authority of a native. In Holland, art historians and others have been quite critical of his approach and have questioned Schama’s interpretation of the facts. They may sometimes be right. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Rembrandt and Dutch Portraiture (Great Artists Series) by David Spence, August 1, , Barron's Educational Series edition, Paperback in EnglishPages: B.E.S. Publishing. Used - Like New. All orders guaranteed and ship within 24 hours. Your purchase supports More Than Words, a nonprofit job training program for youth, empowering youth to take charge of their lives by taking charge of a business.
The context for Rembrandt, the object and target of his "looking-glass theater," is the structure of patron/painter relations that developed during the Renaissance and influenced the very different conditions of patronage that emerged in the Dutch Republic around the turn of the seventeenth century. The book is in four by: Dutch Portrait Painting. Nevertheless with increasing prosperity the demand for portraiture grew: a worthy burgher who had become a burgomaster would be proud to have himself painted in the insignia of his office; governors of charitable institutions or members of civic bodies - of which there were many in republican Holland - wanted group portraits for their board rooms or for the meeting. Bold artists such as Frans Hals and Rembrandt transformed portraiture by capturing the poetry of daily life, argues Simon Schama Simon Schama Sat 23 Author: Simon Schama. Rembrandt Museum Exhibition Catalogues, Monographs, Artist's Projects, Curatorial Writings and Essays "A Rembrandt face is a face partially eclipsed; and the nose, bright and obvious, thrusting into the riddle of halftones, serves to focus the viewer's attention upon, and to dramatize, the division between a flood of light--an overwhelming clarity--and a brooding duskiness.
Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Rembrandt and Dutch Portraiture (Great Artists Series) by David Spence; 1 edition; First published in Rembrandt complicated the genre, constructing identities through props, lighting, and ambiguous settings—leaving us to ask, “What is a portrait?” This spring, two portraits by Rembrandt van Rijn are visiting the Art Institute from the Norton Simon Museum in Pasadena, California. The paintings, Portrait of a Boy and Self-Portrait, join the. Rembrandt () is the best-known and most influential Dutch artist of the seventeenth century, and, through his self portraiture, he remains one of the most recognizable of all artists. Rembrandt's Masterly Brushstrokes Color, NTSC. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Great Artists: Rembrandt and Dutch Portraiture by David Spence (, Paperback) at the best .