In 1634 the up-and-coming painting talent Rembrandt wed the love of his life in Friesland: Saskia Uylenburgh, the daughter of a councillor at the Court of Friesland. The story of their marriage is also that of seven-century society marriages in general, from courtship to drawing up a will.
How did such a stylish wedding come about, and how did life proceed afterwards, when love and suffering were shared?
168 pages, many colour reproductions, hardcover, 23.5 x 28.5 cm. Available in English, Dutch or German.
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