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Author: Christian Tümpel
ISBN: 1906598010
Language: English
Pages: 300 pages
Category: History & Criticism
Publisher: Haus Publishing; Rev Ed edition (August 1, 2009)
Rating: 4.9
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Christian Tümpel studied theology, art history and archaeology and wrote his doctoral dissertation about Rembrandt. He was a Fellow at the Warburg Institute in London.

He methodically destroys the legends which grew around Rembrandt's life. Christian Tümpel studied theology, art history and archaeology and wrote his doctoral dissertation about Rembrandt. He has been awarded the Prize of the Dutch Royal Academy of Science.

Rembrandt: Images and Metaphors  .

Distributed for Haus Publishing. He methodically destroys the legends which grew around Rembrandt's life. Lavishly illustrated and handsomely produced, Images and Metaphors ignores the myths and legends that have grown up over the centuries about Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn and replaces them with a hard look of the facts, creating thereby entirely new avenues into the creative genius of this painter. An impressive accomplishment!"

Rembrandt was, above all, a painter and etcher of scenes from the Old and New Testaments and it is in the description of his interpretations of these texts that Dr Tumpel is unrivalled among modern writers on the artist. About the Author: Christian Tümpel (2002-2009) was a Professor of the History of Art in Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Rembrandt's house in Amsterdam Site of the Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam, with images of many of his etchings. 114 paintings by or after Rembrandt at the Art UK site

Anthony M. Amore; Tom Mashberg (2012). Rembrandt's house in Amsterdam Site of the Rembrandt House Museum in Amsterdam, with images of many of his etchings. 114 paintings by or after Rembrandt at the Art UK site. Works by or about Rembrandt at Internet Archive.

Rembrandt and the Book of Tobit. Rembrandt: Mythos und Methode. Images of Women in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Art: Domesticity and the Representation of the Peasant. 1964, p. 25. Konrad Kraft. Königstein, 1986, pp. 287, 357, 361, 363–64, 368, 402, no. 108, ill. p. 360 (color).

Rembrandt: Images & Metaphors. 00 руб. EAN/UPC/ISBN Code 9781906598013. Author Christian Tumpel. Producer Haus Publishing. The product of long and mature reflection on the art of Rembrandt and, in particular, on his religious art. -The Art NewspaperThis large art monograph of Rembrandt is written by Christian Tümpel, a renowned expert on the subject, who was a Fellow at the Warburg Institute in London (1968-1969) and was subsequently invited to succeed Julius Held as chair of Northern European.

Self-Portraits) Rembrandt. University of California Press,Berkley and Los Angeles. University of California Press, London, England. By arrangement with Amsterdam University Press.

“Rembrandt was, above all, a painter and etcher of scenes from the Old and New Testaments and it is in the description of his interpretations of these texts that Dr Tümpel is unrivalled among modern writers on the artist. . . . The product of long and mature reflection on the art of Rembrandt and, in particular, on his religious art.”—The Art Newspaper

This large art monograph of Rembrandt is written by Christian Tümpel, a renowned expert on the subject, who was a Fellow at the Warburg Institute in London (1968-1969) and was subsequently invited to succeed Julius Held as chair of Northern European Art at Columbia University in New York the following year.