Discusses the implications of the discovery that several major paintings attributed to Rembrandt were painted by his students, and looks at Rembrandt's style, models, studio, and relationship to the art marketplace
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A collection of the paintings of Rembrandt, including photos and a history of each.From Library Journal :
Drawing on and furthering the enterprise of Rembrandt scholars, who have been reinterpreting the artist and his work over the past 25 years, Alpers presents new considerations about Rembrandt's handling of paint, his theatrical approach to his models, his use of his studio as an environment under his control, and his relationship to those who bought his work. Her study is timely in light of recent research showing that well-known works attributed to Rembrandt are by followers instead. Alpers developed her text from a lecture series, and the prose gains readability by retaining some of the flavor of a talk. Still, this will find its audience chiefly among scholars and specialists in the field. Kathryn W. Finkelstein, M.Ln., Cincinnati
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