Rembrandt and his Critics 1630 1730 eBook ✓


  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages
  • Rembrandt and his Critics 1630 1730
  • Seymour Slive
  • English
  • 25 December 2014
  • 9780878173112

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  1. Jonathan Lopez Jonathan Lopez says:

    This book has a measure of sentimental importance to me as it was the first ever published by Seymour Slive who got me interested in Dutch art when I was a college student He was a wonderful teacher a great authority in his field and a really good person Although now retired he continues to publish actively and just wrote a book earlier this year on Jacob van RuisdaelRembrandt and His Critics was Slive's doctoral dissertation The subject matter is fairly narrow a history of Rembrandt's reputation as seen through contemporary documents from the artist's lifetime and immediately thereafter and will be of interest mostly to specialists Here one finds extensive footnotes in Latin German and 17th century Dutch and yet for all the scholarly rigor this book is a model of clarity and elouence a reminder that even the most academic writing can be beautiful although authors capable of pulling this off were a rare breed in Slive's era and are maybe even rarer today In any case if you're interested in Rembrandt and already have some background in Dutch art it's a great book We tend to think of truly major artists like Rembrandt as if they had always been considered unimpeachably important figures That isn't uite so Rembrandt's reputation was high during much of his lifetime but after his death prevailing styles changed to suit a classicizing Enlightenment taste Although the market for Rembrandt's work especially the prints remained strong throughout Europe there was an undertow of critical disapproval Some commentators during this period complained that Rembrandt's work lacked decorum that it was morally suspect that it was common With the rise of 19th century movements like Romanticism and Realism many of those minuses were soon transformed into pluses But it's interesting to see that a reputation as lofty as Rembrandt's or as Seymour Slive's was not built in a day


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