Phaidon Press was founded on the radical principle that high-quality art books should be available to a wide public. One of the pillars of that programme was a much-collected series of artist monographs published in the 1930s, 40s and 50s, which redefined art publishing with its high production values, insightful scholarship and broad appeal. Phaidon Classics bring to life the fine craftmanship and design of those Phaidon books. Updated with a contemporary 'classic' design, full colour images and new introductions by leading specialists make these books collectors'items. This volume celebrates a master of Dutch Baroque painting, Rembrandt.
The book measures 27 x 36 x 2.5 cm and shows numerous works of Rembrandt in full colour. Two art historians from London and New York are responsible for the text. 179 pages.
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