Rembrandt

Rembrandt Rembrandt S Intriguing Painting Technique Has Stirred The Imagination Of Art Lovers During His Lifetime And Ever Since In This Book, Rembrandt S Pictorial Intentions And The Variety Of Materials And Techniques He Applied To Create His Fascinating Effects Are Unraveled In Depth At The Same Time, This Archaeology Of Rembrandt S Paintings Yields Information On Many Other Levels.In Art Historical Research, The Work Of Art As A Material Object Is Used Increasingly As An Important Source Of Information About The Painting Itself, As Well As About Historic Studio Practice In General The Range From Practical Workshop Devices To Aesthetic And Art Theoretical Matters Combined In This Book Offers A View Of Rembrandt S Daily Practice And Artistic Considerations, While Simultaneously Providing A Three Dimensional Image Of The Historical Artist. Yes This book has a whole chapter on the thread density in the warp and weft of Rembrandt s canvases Seriously geeking out stuff So far my favorite section is The visible brushstroke, a section that addresses Rembrandt s use of sprezzatura, the rough manner, that technique which he grew into later in life Analyses of brush work, comparing a single eye in a painting with another single eye in a
Beautifully illustrated and heavy book Not a light read It is a rarity among art books in that it focuses primarily in the habits, techniques and studio inner workings of a famous artist instead of the usual historical or symbolic context of the art This book is exhaustively thorough in its research of studio practices, apprenticeships, preliminary works on tablet, supports, palette, binding materials and painterly technique of Dutch art in the Seventeenth Century and Rembrandt in particula Beautifully illustrated and heavy book Not a light read It is a rarity among art books in that it focuses primarily in the habits, techniques and studio inner workings of a famous artist instead of the usual historical or symbolic context of the art This book is exhaustively thorough in its research of studio practices, apprenticeships, preliminary works on tablet, supports, palette, binding materials and painterly technique of Dutch art in the Seventeenth Century and Rembrandt in particular without omitting possible influences and comparisons The book seems mostly aimed at
This book uses modern research and information that has come to light to reconstruct the work life of Rembrandt and his contemporaries Copiously ilustrated I found this fascinating For people interested in the actual studio practice of Rembrandt, the art materials and methods, this has a lot to chew on, and many myths are shattered There are plenty of beautiful reproductions, for those who wish to skip the text, diagrams and x rays But in getting a greater appreciation for Rembrandt, it wou This book uses modern research
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here It s cool Wetering is thorough in his explorations and explanations of Rembrandt s techinques, materials, and time I often go gagga for these technical analyses of paintings, and this book provides ample photos of everything e.g the stitchings of the various types of canvases that Rembrandt used, various methods from the period of fastening the canvas to the stretchers, how he prefered to mount panels, his different palettes, mixes for mediums, etc It s a lovely book, the only reason that I gave it fo Wetering is thorough in his explorations and explanations of Rembrandt s techinques, materials, and time I often go gagga for these technical analyses of paintings, and this book provides ample photos of everything e.g the stitchings of the various types of canvases that Rembrandt used, various methods from the period of fastening the canvas to the stretchers, how he prefered to mount panels, h
THE book to read with regards to an analysis of Rembrandt s painting technique The author goes into delightful detail, examining everything from the type of boards a student would use to sketch as a young artist to the various weave styles of canvas of the
It s a huge publication,like a coffee table book so not easy to hold no less read Though fascinating to read about Rembrandt s early career and how his technique developed Our museum has a Rembrandt portrait of Jesus, one of the
Who would not have wanted to look over Rembradts shoulders while he painted This book has taken us further than almost any study over the past twenty years, towards an understanding of the machinery of Rembradts genius Who would not have wanted to look over Rembradts should
Fascinating artist.

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  • Paperback
  • 355 pages
  • Rembrandt
  • Ernst van de Wetering
  • English
  • 14 March 2018
  • 0520226682