Rembrandt made hundreds of paintings, etchings and drawings, covering a broad range of subject matter. The proportion of these images which can be classified as self-portraits is exceptional. All the surviving examples, many of which have long been among the most celebrated images in Western Art, are described and illustrated here, together with copies after lost pieces. The development of Rembrandt's style from his youth in Leiden to the last years in Amsterdam, and the gradual ageing of his features over the years are both vividly revealed. Edited by Christopher White. Essays by Ernst van de Wetering, Volker Manuth and Marieke de Winkel.
Paperback, 272 pagges. Available in English and Italian STESSO (no photo visible). 22 x 28 cm.
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