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Rembrandt In Amsterdam: Creativity and Competition

Author: Stephanie S. Dickey & Jochen Sander, eds.

Rembrandt In Amsterdam: Creativity and Competition

Author: Stephanie S. Dickey & Jochen Sander, eds.

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Item #: D23334
Format: Hardcover
Pages: 384
Publication Date: 2021
Publisher: National Gallery
ISBN: 9780300249934
Around the age of 25, Rembrandt van Rijn moved to Amsterdam, which was the commercial capital of northern Europe at that time. Considered a bold step for a fledgling artist, he nonetheless enjoyed a meteoric rise as a painter and teacher, and his many self-portraits made his face into the trademark of his brand. Illustrated with dozens of sumptuous color ... More
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Around the age of 25, Rembrandt van Rijn moved to Amsterdam, which was the commercial capital of northern Europe at that time. Considered a bold step for a fledgling artist, he nonetheless enjoyed a meteoric rise as a painter and teacher, and his many self-portraits made his face into the trademark of his brand. Illustrated with dozens of sumptuous color reproductions, this exhibition catalogue shows how Rembrandt was inspired by his new milieu, and developed the broadly brushed, dramatically lit, and realistically rendered canvases for which he is renowned.

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