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Rembrandt, Rubens, and the Art of Their Time

Recent Perspectives

Edited by Susan Scott

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$35.00 | Paperback Edition
ISBN: 978-0-915773-10-7

260 pages
8.5" × 11"
7 color/133 b&w illustrations
1997
Distributed by the Penn State Press for Penn State Department of Art History

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Rembrandt, Rubens, and the Art of Their Time

Recent Perspectives

Edited by Susan Scott

 

  • Table of Contents
  • Subjects

Contents

1. Rembrandt Self-Portraits: The Creation of a Myth

- Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr., National Gallery of Art, Washington

2. Reconstructing Rembrandt and His Circle: More on the Workshop Hypothesis

- Walter Liedtke, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

3. Rembrandt at the Threshold

- Susan Donahue Kuretsky, Vassar College

4. Comments on Rubens' Coup de Lance : Its Iconography, Style, and Importance for Eugène Delacroix

- J. Richard Judson, Prof. Emeritus, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

5. Rubens, His Patrons and Style

- Walter Liedtke, The Metropolitan Museum of Art

6. Gender Issues in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Portraiture: A New Look

- Alison McNeil Kettering, Carleton College

7. Remarks on Love, Woman, and the Garden in Netherlandish Art: A Study in the Iconology of the Garden

- Sara M. Wages, The University of Maryland

8. The Strange Case of Jan Torrentius: Art, Sex, and Heresy in Seventeenth-Century Haarlem

- Christopher Brown, The National Gallery, London

9. The Soothsayer by Jan Lievens in Berlin: An Attempt at an Interpretation

- Maarten Wurfbain, Oegstgeest, The Netherlands

10. Ludolf de Jongh's The Refused Glass and Its Effects on the Art of Vermeer and De Hooch

-Roland E. Fleischer, Prof. Emeritus, The Pennsylvania State University

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