7 edition of Rembrandt and seventeenth-century Holland found in the catalog.
Examines the life and art of Rembrandt against the historical, political, and religious background of the period.
|Other titles||Dutch nation and its painters, Rembrandt and 17th-century Holland|
|Statement||Claudio Pescio ; illustrated by Sergio ; [English translation, Simon Knight].|
|Series||Masters of art, Masters of art (Peter Bedrick Books)|
|Contributions||Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, 1606-1669., Sérgio.|
|LC Classifications||ND653.R4 P3913 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||95034387|
Theme Year Years Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age Celebrate Rembrandt’s life and the extraordinary century in which he lived in museums throughout Holland with theme year Rembrandt and the Golden Age. Rembrandt lived and painted in a special time in the seventeenth century better known as the Dutch Golden Age. In Read more. RARE Collectible MASTERS OF ART "REMBRANDT AND SEVENTEENTH-CENTURY HOLLAND", Pre-Owned, but in the Great Conditions, see the pictures. Printed in by PETER BEDRICK BOOKS, NEW YORK!!! HARDCOVER!!!!! ILLUSTRATED!!! Measures: 14" x 10 3/4" x 1/2" Great addition to your ART and ARTISTS Collection; Great Gift; Rating: % positive.
Rembrandt Harmenzoon van Rijn was a seventeenth century Dutch painter. Born in Holland, his completed works were greatly influenced by the Bible and his Protestant faith. In fact, he attempted to capture the force and emotion of the life and letters of Paul in his paintings. We should consider just how Christianity influenced Rembrandt's work. The Age of Rembrandt. Studies in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Painting Distributed by Penn State University Press for Penn State Department of Art History Papers in Art History. The Age of Rembrandt. Studies in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Painting. Roland Fleischer, and Susan S. Munshower The South Holland Tradition. Walter Liedtke, The.
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Rembrandt and 17th Century Holland book. Read 2 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Rembrandt van Rihn defines an entire era of remar /5.
Rembrandt and seventeenth-century Holland. New York: P. Bedrick Books, © (OCoLC) Online version: Pescio, Claudio. Rembrandt and seventeenth-century Holland. New York: P. Bedrick Books, © (OCoLC) Named Person. Get this from a library. Rembrandt and seventeenth-century Holland.
[Claudio Pescio; Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn; Sérgio.] -- Examines the life and art of Rembrandt against the historical, political, and religious background of the period. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone, Book 1 J.K. Rowling. out of 5 st # 1 Best Seller in Teen & Young Adult Epic 5/5(1).
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.
If you don't feel like reading Simom Schama's + page EMBARRASSMENT OF RICHES, or Israel's + page THE DUTCH REPUBLIC, Simon Zumthor's DAILY LIFE IN REMBRANDT'S HOLLAND may be the book for you. Zumthor's book was written in French, and first Cited by: This book looks at Rembrandt's life and art during a great period of culture and enlightenment that produced fellow artists Hals and Vermeer, and the philosopher Spinoza.
Rembrandt lived during a "Golden Age" in seventeenth-century : Claudio Pescio. Larry Silver, Rembrandt’s Holland. London: Reaktion Books, pp, color illus. ISBN London: Reaktion Books, pp, color illus.
ISBN Nicola Suthor’s Rembrandt’s Roughness, a revised and expanded English translation of the author’s Rembrandts Rauheit (Munich: Wilhelm Fink, ), is. It is equal parts analysis of Rembrandt's painting, documentation of his life, and history of seventeenth century Holland, so sections of the book can be read with profit by anyone studying the artist, his art, or the social history of the Rembrandt of Schama's book is a complex man, with hubris, greed and an enormous talent for Cited by: Rembrandt and Seventeenth-Century Holland I love how Rembrandt and Seventeenth-Century Holland shows life in 17th-century Holland as Rembrandt experienced it.
This is a great choice for older readers, particularly because it gives great insight to the cultural, political, and religious climate of that time and place.
Art and the Culture of Love in Seventeenth-Century Holland. Cambridge Studies in Netherlandish Visual Culture. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press, xviii + pp.
index. illus. bibl. $ ISBN: This book admirably fills a long-standing need for a critical interpretation of scenes of merry gatherings. This book looks at Rembrandt's life and art during a great period of culture and enlightenment that produced fellow artists Hals and Vermeer, and the philosopher Spinoza.
Rembrandt lived during a "Golden Age" in seventeenth-century Holland/5(9). The Dutch Golden Age (Dutch: Gouden Eeuw Dutch pronunciation: [ˈɣɑudə(n) ˈeːu]) was a period in the history of the Netherlands, roughly spanning the era from (birth of the Dutch republic) to (disaster year), in which Dutch trade, science, military, and art were among the most acclaimed in the world.
The first section is characterized by the Eighty Years' War, which ended in Its a warmhearted story against the lovely backdrop of seventeenth-century Holland. An extensive authors note adds value. (Ages 48) This is a kid-friendly intro to the famous painter Rembrandt van Rijn, in Amsterdam in the s/5.
Read the full-text online edition of Rembrandt: Selected Paintings (). another difference between Holland and Belgium in the seventeenth century is that Holland was by far the more democratic community of the two, and a country whereas an English observer noted in if the immensely rich people were very few, the number of quite.
The true biography of Rembrandt, as Simon Schama demonstrates, is to be discovered in his pictures. Interweaving of seventeenth-century Holland, Schama allows us to see Rembrandt in a completely fresh and original way/5(6).
Golahny places Rembrandt in the learned vernacular culture of seventeenth-century Holland and shows the painter to have been a pragmatic reader whose attention to historical texts strengthened his early rivalry with Rubens for visual drama and narrative erudition.
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible orders.5/5(1). Peaster, Sarah Grafton: A Calvinist View of Visual Art in Seventeenth-Century Holland: the Iconography of Esther in Post-Reformation Dutch Painting. (M.A.
thesis, Louisiana State University and Agricultural and Mechanical College, ) Pescio, Claudio: Rembrandt and Seventeenth-Century Holland. Translated by Simon Knight. We are an educational supply company that sells art supplies, educational books, penmanship paper, art paper, wikki stix, games and much more!.
Rembrandt and Spinoza. A study of the spiritual conflicts in seventeenth- century Holland. By W. R. Valentiner. 87 pp.+ 13 pl.
(Phaidon Press), £ I Is. Valentiner's book has already been strongly criticized by some colleagues mostly on account of the weakness of its method.1 No doubt to compare a philosopher to an artist is a difficult thing.Start studying ARH Midterm 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.career was established, Rembrandt signed his work with only his distinctive first name.
From his youth Rembrandt trained to be an artist. Around he moved from Leiden to Amsterdam, where citizens of all incomes— from humble crafts-men to wealthy businessmen— bought art objects.
In the seventeenth century, Holland was a powerful.