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Rembrandt's Money offers a comprehensive overview of the legal and financial aspects of the life and work of Rembrandt. This topic has rarely been the subject of systematic legal-historic research. The author Bob Wessels is the first to investigate the many legal disputes and conflicts which have occured or have surrounded him during the larger part of over forty years of his private and professional life. The book also sheds light on the socio-economic, cultural and historical context of the period covered and the environments Rembrandt interacted with. The reader will reach a deeper understanding of the local and social Amsterdam history and a part of its local and legal system. The book will appeal to legal and financial professionals with an interest in the 17th century, but also to anyone who wants to gain a deeper insight of the business side of Rembrandt's profession. Lastly, anyone with an interest in Rembrandt will find this book a must.
492 pages, 15,8 x 24 cm. Uitgeverij Wolter Kluwer.