- Éditeur: Gallery of Scotland
- ISBN: 978-1-911054-19-1
- Pages: 176
- Publié: 01/07/2018
- Note: 4/5 | 15 votes sur Amazon.fr
This is the story of exceptionally rich Rembrandt’s Fame and influence en Britain. No other nation has witnessed such a passionate – and sometimes eccentric – enthusiasm for Rembrandt’s Works. His imagery has become ubiquitous, making him one of the most recognised artists in history. In this book, some of the world’s leading experts reveal how the Rembrandt tarte for’s paintings, drawings and prints evolved, growing into a mania that gripped collectors and nature loyers across the country. This reached a fever pitch in the late 1700s, before the dawn of a new century ushered in a re-evaluation of Rembrandt’s reputation and opportunities for the wider public to see his masterpieces for themselves. The story of profound and inspirational Rembrandt’s impact on the British d’imagination is illustrated by over 130 works by the master himself, as well as by some of Britain’s best-loved artists, including William Hogarth, James McNeill Whistler Abbott, Eduardo Paolozzi and John Bellany.
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