September 29, 2020

Young Rembrandt

$35.00

Young Rembrandt by Christopher Brown, An Van Camp and Christian Vogelaar This book charts the astonishing transformation spanning from 1624 to 1634, of a young and unpromising artist named Rembrandt in 17th-century Amsterdam and his rise to superstardom and one of the greatest artists of all time. Perhaps surprisingly, there was there was nothing remarkable about his work when he qualified as a painter in 1624. But during the subsequent decade – working in painting, printmaking and drawing – he was relentless in his efforts to improve. By looking over Rembrandt’s shoulder as he learns from his mistakes and experiments with new techniques and subject matter, we can follow the steps by which he established himself as an extraordinary talent.

Softcover, 320 pages, heavily illustrated in color.

3 in stock

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Young Rembrandt by Christopher Brown, An Van Camp and Christian Vogelaar This book charts the astonishing transformation spanning from 1624 to 1634, of a young and unpromising artist named Rembrandt in 17th-century Amsterdam and his rise to superstardom and one of the greatest artists of all time. Perhaps surprisingly, there was there was nothing remarkable about his work when he qualified as a painter in 1624. But during the subsequent decade – working in painting, printmaking and drawing – he was relentless in his efforts to improve. By looking over Rembrandt’s shoulder as he learns from his mistakes and experiments with new techniques and subject matter, we can follow the steps by which he established himself as an extraordinary talent.

Softcover, 320 pages, heavily illustrated in color.

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