Rembrandt

In the book are by far most paintings that according to experts, by the hand of Rembrandt. The paintings are shown over the whole width of the page, often with a detailed photo for additional explanation. The quality of the images and the thick glossy paper bring the paintings to life. But the book is not just a list of Rembrandt’s work. It is a description of his life, divided into sixteen different stages of life, from his childhood until his death. Rembrandt was born in 1606 in Leiden. He became a successful painter in this city and later in Amsterdam. There he married Saskia van Uylenburgh, who died after a long illness. After her death he had a number of mistresses and made many peaks and valleys in his personal life and è re schilderscarri with it. He died in 1669 and was without much fuss in Amsterdam’s Westerkerk buried.

Image removed by redactieDe Jewish Bride (1667) collection Rijksmuseum

D Field describes the life of Rembrandt very detailed and makes many references to the paintings of the period in question. As a result, the stories much clearer and you can find at that time felt the emotions that Rembrandt in the painting. \ ‘ Rembrandt’s a wonderful reference book that can be read also as historical narration. It gives a fascinating look at the life of the master and his work. The Edition is robust and of high quality, but if I still come up with a computer: the chosen font is very small. Obvious is chosen to give the upper hand to the images (and rightly so), but a corps size would be more readability … fisheries products ” for more information on the 400-year-old birth year of Rembrandt on www.rembrandt400.com.Afbeelding removed by redactieRembrandt D Field Edition of Atrium publishing house commissioned by Elmar ISBN 90-5,947-156-3 435 page’s list price: 14,99 euro

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