A Corpus of Rembrandt Paintings III
This volume is something of a Siamese twin to the one preceding it. The period it covers is, despite unmistakeable changes in Rembrandt’s style, so closely connected with that of the previous years that it is only when one surveys the whole of his first ten years of activity in Amsterdam that the cohesion in his work becomes really clear. This is why in Volume II we summarized the characteristics of his
portraits from those years, while in the present volume, the same is attempted for the history paintings. Many of the catalog entries that follow were written at the same time as those for Volume II; in this respect as well there is no real break between the two.
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