Rembrandt's Universe : His Art, His Life, His World available to buy at Museum Bookstore

Rembrandt's Universe : His Art, His Life, His World

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'Beautiful ... go on, splash out - you've something you can lust over time and again ... Schwartz has done a sterling job ... His book is scholarly, not overbearing: authoritative, although always accessible'. - Artists & Illustrators

A handsome, informed and very readable exploration of Rembrandts' life and times 

The ultimate book on Rembrandt's art and life - his work as an artist, his family, friends and patrons, his place in European culture - by one of the world's best-known writers on Dutch art. Designed to be the Rembrandt book of first resort, this complete and accessible volume, available again in a new, reduced format edition, will be an invaluable work of reference and vital reading for art lovers, art students and museum-goers.

Details
  • Author: Gary Schwartz
  • Hardcover: 384 pages | 600 colour and 50 black and white illustrations
  • Date published: October 2014
  • Language: English
  • ISBN: 978-0500093863
  • Product Dimensions: 31.7 x 24.3 cm
Reviews

'A winning account ... comes not only with beautiful colour reproductions but also vivid visual aids' -The Sunday Times

'One of T&H's blue-chip productions ... this gorgeous volume discusses more of Rembrandt's pictures than any other, employing the most up-to-date research'  -The World of Interiors

'Everything you ever wanted to know about Rembrandt but were afraid to ask' - RA Magazine

'Beautiful ... go on, splash out - you've something you can lust over time and again ... Schwartz has done a sterling job ... His book is scholarly, not overbearing: authoritative, although always accessible' - Artists & Illustrators

'The mysteries of this greatest of masters are slowly unfurled as you voyage deeper into his entrancing world'  - The Times

'The generous top-quality reproductions - bigger, better and more Rembrandt paintings and drawings than in any other collection - make this a must-have'  - The FT Magazine

'A shrewd analysis' - The Observer

'Arresting ... well worth reading' - The Spectator


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