|類型/形式：||Criticism, interpretation, etc
Boston : MFA Publications, ©2003
|提及的人：||Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn; Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn; Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn|
Clifford S Ackley; Ronni Baer; Tom Rassieur; William W Robinson; Museum of Fine Arts, Boston.; Art Institute of Chicago.
|ISBN:||0878466770 9780878466771 0878466789 9780878466788|
|注意：||Accompanies exhibition of the same name held at the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, Oct. 26, 2003-Jan. 18, 2004, and at The Art Institute of Chicago, Feb. 14-May 9, 2004.|
|描述：||343 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 26 cm|
|内容：||Introduction : Rembrandt's artistic journey / Clifford S. Ackley --
Rembrandt as actor and dramatist : gesture and body language in the Biblical etchings / Clifford S. Ackley --
Rembrandt's oil sketches / Ronni Baer --
Looking over Rembrandt's shoulder : the printmaker at work / Thomas Rassieur --
Catalogue / Clifford S. Ackley [and others] --
Use of the catalogue --
Exhibition list / Kate Harper, Thomas E. Rassieur --
Chronology / Joanna Karlgaard, Thomas E. Rassieur --
Materials and techniques / Deborah La Camera, Rhona Macbeth, Kimberly Nichols.
|責任：||Clifford S. Ackley ; in collaboration with Ronni Baer, Thomas E. Rassieur, and William W. Robinson.|
"Illustrated with some 200 works in all these media, this book traces the remarkable evolution of Rembrandt's art over four decades, from the robust physical energy of his early productions to the breadth, simplicity, and meditative beauty of this later works. It establishes new and important connections among these works and among the three media that the artist explored throughout his career. It encompasses the wide range of his vision, from the tragic and spiritual to the earthy and comic. And it gives full due to Rembrandt's narrative sensibilities, showing how he endowed his figures (particularly in biblical scenes) with unprecedented psychological nuance and vividness. Published to accompany the first comprehensive American survey of this work in decades, Rembrandt's Journey offers a fresh, authoritative view of this endlessly familiar, yet still unknown, artist."--Jacket.