This gorgeously illustrated book pays tribute to Rembrandt's marvelous gifts as a graphic artist through fifty sublime drawings from the collections of the J. Paul Getty Museum and the British Museum. The author examines the artist's favorite themesfrom portraiture to mythological subjects to landscapesand explores the artist's drawing and printmaking techniques.
Hilary Williams is an art history education officer at the British Museum who specializes in seventeenth-century British, Dutch, and Flemish art and architecture.
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