Inspiration and Emulation : Selected Studies on Rubens and Rembrandt
This book discusses an important theme in art history - artistic emulation that emphasizes the exchange between Flemish and Dutch art in the seventeenth century.
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: Peter Lang AG International Academic Publishers
|Summary:||This book discusses an important theme in art history - artistic emulation that emphasizes the exchange between Flemish and Dutch art in the seventeenth century.|
Cover -- Contents -- Preface -- List of Color Plates and Figures -- Rubens's Painting Practice: Some Considerations on His Collaboration with Specialists and His Relationship with Van Dyck as Workshop Assistant -- Rubens and Flower Still Life Paintings: Regarding Pausias and Glycera -- Rubens and the History of the Oil Sketch -- Rembrandt's Andromeda -- Rembrandt's The Blinding of Samson: A Work for Artistic Emulation with Rubens? -- How to Construct Better Narrative Compositions: Rembrandt's Probable Teaching Methods and Instruction -- Frans Hals's Painterly Style and His Tronie-like Genre Paintings: An Examination of the Influence of Flemish Head Studies -- Bibliography -- Bibliographical Note -- Photo Credits and Sources -- Color Plates -- Index.
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|Physical Description:||1 online resource (322 pages)|