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THE HOOGSTEDER EXHIBITION OF REMBRANDT'S ACADEMY. Paul Huys Janssen and Werner Sumowski. Hoogsteder & Hoogsteder, The Hague, 1992. Published in association with Uitgeverij Waanders b.v., Zwolle. 304 pp. with 211 ills. (95 col., 8 foldout). 29 x 25 cm. LC 92-175860 ISBN 9066303344 In English.
Examining the critical influence of Rembrandt (1606-1669) and of the Amsterdam studio in which he was the leading master, this scholarly catalogue features full-page reproductions and lengthy analyses of 42 paintings (many never previously exhibited) by some 25 pupils of the artist, including Maes, Bol, Carel Fabritius and Drost, and by his associate Jan Lievens. Provides biographical texts on the painters and two scholarly essays describing the history of the art "academy" in the Netherlands, discussing the development of Rembrandt's school and the methods of instruction under his direction, and extensively tracing his influence in the diverse works of many of his students.
Artist(s):Rembrandt van Rijn (influence)
Indexing: Western, Europe — Netherlands — 1600-1800 — Painting
Plans: 01,06,07,15
Worldwide Number: 023442
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