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The Bridge to Rembrandt
When Robert crossed the bridge, he wasn't expecting anything out of the ordinary. He was on the way to meet his girlfriend, but when he reached the other side, she didn't know who he was. Robert finds himself thrown back in time, further and further, reliving the history of Amsterdam through war, riots and the plague. Each time, his fate is bound up with the same woman, and with the work of the Netherlands' greatest painter, Rembrandt.
Nelson K. Foley is British, with a background in scientific publishing and a passion for culture, art and travel. He has lived in and near Amsterdam for more years than he can count. The intimacy of having lived in the city, crossed the bridges, and meandered along the canals underpins his story telling, along with the support of many professionals and amateur critics.
288 pages, 14 x 21 cm. Also available in Dutch, choose the right language.