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Reading Rembrandt

Mieke Bal

Reading Rembrandt

beyond the word image opposition

by Mieke Bal

  • 140 Want to read
  • 33 Currently reading

Published in Cambridge, New York : Cambridge University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, -- 1606-1669,
  • Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, -- 1606-1669 -- Criticism and interpretation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index

    StatementMieke Bal
    SeriesCambridge new art history and criticism
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 494 p. :
    Number of Pages494
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16722360M
    ISBN 100521391547
    LC Control Number92354330

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      Continue reading the main story size, date of purchase and, in code, the price paid for each. At the letter R, for instance, the names of Raphael, Rembrandt, Rubens and van Ruisdael appear.   In two years, by daylight, Rembrandt will be declared bankrupt. Ten years before by daylight, Hendrickje came to work in Rembrandt’s house as nurse for his baby son. In the light of Dutch 17th-century accountability and Calvinism, the housekeeper and the painter were distinct and separate responsibilities. Hence their reticence.


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“Reading this book was like walking into the mind of Rembrandt” This is the girl of the title, who came to Amsterdam to seek fortune, and after many trials murdered her landlady.

As punishment, she was executed by the authorities of the day—strangled and put up on a gallows pole. This book explores the potential for interdisciplinary methodology between literature and visual art.

The works by Rembrandt gain in depth and interest, but an original perspective of the role of visuality in our culture emerges, which ultimately has consequences for our views of gender, the artist, and the act of by: Reading Rembrandt questions the traditional boundaries between literary and visual analysis with close, side-by-side readings of some of the Dutch masters works alongside paintings of the same era whose attribution is still debated/5(6).

When reading Gary Schwartz first book about Rembrandt 'Rembrandt, his life, his paintings' I appreciated his method of research by looking from many points of view and taking in account all recent research.

Also his courage to have certain personal opinions, but Cited by: 4. rows  The following is a list of paintings by Rembrandt that are accepted as autograph by. Rembrandt’s An Old Woman Reading: subtle drama and rugged human experience.

With his careworn, lived-in elderly faces, Rembrandt shines with brilliant strokes and biblical : Skye Sherwin. Rembrandt book. Read 9 reviews from the world's largest community for readers.

If the story of Rembrandt's life is a great subject for the novelist, it i /5. Follower of Rembrandt This image of a man lit dramatically from one side as he grasps his walking stick and stares rather aloofly at the viewer is probably not a portrait.

Rather it is a study of a character type, dressed in an exotic costume intended to evoke an earlier ying figures in imaginary historical.

rows  The following is a list of drawings by Rembrandt that are generally accepted as Drawings and prints (etchings): Joseph.

Rembrandt left behind more self-portraits than any artist before or since. With his new book Rembrandt's Eyes, historian Simon Schama has added a new portrait of the artist, this one in meticulously and exhaustively researched, rhapsodically written 's heavy tome makes every attempt to be a definitive work on the painter, and it by: The light is concentrated on his forehead, hands and book, further strengthening the intimate immediacy of the moment.

Rembrandt often used his son as a model. Although Titus has no particular “role” to play here, there is a strong focus on the act of reading, and this takes precedence over the son’sAuthor: Rembrandt Harmenszoon Van Rijn.

The Rembrandt Affair by Daniel Silva - book 10 in the Gabriel Allon #10 spy thriller series. The Rembrandt Affair by Daniel Silva - book 10 in the Gabriel Allon #10 spy thriller series. Books Reading Order does not accept free books from authors or publishers in exchange for reviews.

Any books listed or reviewed on this site have been. Reading Rembrandt questions the traditional boundaries between literary and visual analysis with close, side-by-side readings of some of the Dutch master’s works alongside paintings of the same era whose attribution is still debated.

A new understanding of the role of visuality in our culture emerges, one that makes significant inroads, most particularly, for the study of gender in.

Young Rembrandt seems to have been built upon the theory that if you describe everything around your subject, you will somehow illuminate the mysterious it doesn’t work: Rembrandt is still the dark star at the hub of the Dutch art world.

The book sheds scant light on him, though a great deal on the setting in which he reached maturity. This year () commemorates the th anniversary of Rembrandt’s death.

It has been marked by numerous exhibitions. “Young Rembrandt: Rising Star”, now showing at the Museum de Lakenhal in Leiden, will come to the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford, in February Both the exhibition and this book pose the same question: how did Rembrandt become.

The works for which Rembrandt's mother was the model and which are reproduced in this book give an idea of the young artist's iconographic interests. For instance, Rembrandt depicted her as a prophetess, attentively reading a book.

Sometimes she plays an active role in religious or allegorical pictures. A prolific painter, draftsman, and etcher, Rembrandt van Rijn is considered the greatest artist of Holland's Golden Age.

He worked from direct observation, and despite the evolution of his style over the course of his career, Rembrandt’s compelling descriptions of light, space, atmosphere, modeling, texture, and human affect are the result of intense perceptual study.

Reading Rembrandt’s Shorthand He slips in a good deal of information about the artist’s life and times, but this book is primarily an exercise in old-fashioned connoisseurship, in which.

Rembrandt Books. This range contains a carefully curated selection of Rembrandt books. All titles are all available at the National Gallery collection of art books. Rembrandt: The Christmas Story wear to binding and pages from reading.

May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Possible ex library copy, will have the markings and stickers associated from the library. Hardcover. Condition: Fair. The top edge of the book/dust jacket appear to have. Reading Rembrandt: Beyond the Word-Image Opposition explores the potential for an interdisciplinary methodology between visual art and literature.

In a series of close analyses of works by “Rembrandt” – works as we see them today, through all the ways of seeing and commenting that precede – and texts related to those works, Mieke Bal questions the .Rembrandt Portrait© scales are independent from one another, making The Rembrandt Portrait© a highly reliable, stable assessment.

The study also shows that the Rembrandt Portrait© is a highly reliable assessment tool, with test / retest variation over an 18 month time span of less than 8%, securing Rembrandt Portrait©’s place as one of.REMBRANDT’S OWN ATTITUDE TO READING may be illuminated by his many portrayals of readers.

His portraits of men often include books to give tangible signs of the sitter’s profession, as preacher, accountant, or author.

When the book is a Bible, it carries meaning invested in the divine word. The.