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The Age of Rembrandt

Studies in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Painting

Roland Fleischer, and Susan S. Munshower

BUY

245 pages
8.5" × 11"
2 color/150 b&w illustrations
1988
Distributed by the Penn State Press for Penn State Department of Art History

Papers in Art History

The Age of Rembrandt

Studies in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Painting

Roland Fleischer, and Susan S. Munshower

 

  • Table of Contents
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Contents

Preface

1. Lot and His Daughters as Moral Dilemma

Anne Lowenthal, New York, New York

2. Rembrandt's Abduction of Proserpina

Amy's Golahny, Lycoming College

3. David Baily's Vanitas of 1651

Maarten Wurfbain, Stedelijk Museum "De Lakenhal," Leiden

4. Quirijn van Brekelenkam and The Artist's Workshop in the Hermitage Museum

Ronald E. Fleischer, The Pennsylvania State University

5. Toward a History of Dutch Genre Painting II: The South Holland Tradition

Walter Liedtke, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

6. The Manor Kostuerloren: Vicissitudes of a 17th Century Landscape Motif

Seymour Slive, Harvard University

7. Hendrik Martensz. Sorgh as Painter of Market Scenes

Liane Schneeman, Stockton State College·

8. Rembrandt and His Circles: More About the Late Self Portraits in Kenwood House

Jeanne Chenault Porter, The Pennsylvania State University

9. The Art Historian in the Laboratory: Examinations into the History, Preservation, and Techniques of 17th Century Dutch Painting

Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr., National Gallery of Art, Washington, D.C.

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