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  • Voor 15.30 uur besteld, dezelfde dag verzonden
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  • Specificaties
    Formaat

    24 x 30,5 cm

    Aantal pagina's

    320

    Auteurs

    Bijzonderheden

    in samenwerking met Bader Philantrophies

    Illustraties

    Circa 200 afbeeldingen in kleur en zwart-wit

    ISBN

    9789 46258 3313

    Jaar

    2019

    Taal

    Engels

    Uitvoering

    Gebonden met stofomslag

  • In the years around 1651, Rembrandts young charges followed him in the turn of this late style, with its concentration, inner emotion, impasto handling, and restrained dynamism.

    Around then the young Abraham van Dijck also arrived from Dordrecht to complete his study. He quickly grasped his master’s new direction, but also developed a gentle and vulnerable alternative to it: exploring the evocation of inner life, with daring experiments in light and handling. Together with fellow pupils Nicolaes Maes, Jacobus Leveck and Cornelis Bisschop, he returned to Dordrecht for a brief and fertile period of painting and drawing. Eventually he succumbed to the siren call of Amsterdam once more.

    This is the first comprehensive monographic study of his remarkable achievement in drawing and paintings (with many revisions) and his distinctive contribution to the art of this period.

    15-06-2020


Specificaties
Formaat

24 x 30,5 cm

Aantal pagina's

320

Auteurs

Bijzonderheden

in samenwerking met Bader Philantrophies

Illustraties

Circa 200 afbeeldingen in kleur en zwart-wit

ISBN

9789 46258 3313

Jaar

2019

Taal

Engels

Uitvoering

Gebonden met stofomslag


In het kort

In the years around 1651, Rembrandts young charges followed him in the turn of this late style, with its concentration, inner emotion, impasto handling, and restrained dynamism.

Around then the young Abraham van Dijck also arrived from Dordrecht to complete his study. He quickly grasped his master’s new direction, but also developed a gentle and vulnerable alternative to it: exploring the evocation of inner life, with daring experiments in light and handling. Together with fellow pupils Nicolaes Maes, Jacobus Leveck and Cornelis Bisschop, he returned to Dordrecht for a brief and fertile period of painting and drawing. Eventually he succumbed to the siren call of Amsterdam once more.


Over de auteur

15-06-2020