REMBRANDT'S HUYS - HOME, AMSTERDAM IN 1656 by Menno Balm. This book describes how a civil servant of the city of Amsterdam enters the house of Rembrandt on July 25, 1656. He is going to take stock of Rembrandt's belongings. Anything of value is noted down and will be auctioned off in the near future. Rembrandt is bankrupt. Menno Balm has also illustrated this book.
The drawing 'Breestraat close to St. Anthonissluys' depicts the street where Rembrandt lived in Amsterdam as the most famous painter in the city. The reproduction is mounted 20 x 28 cm.
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