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Rembrandt, Reubens and the Art of Their Time: Recent Perspectives (Papers in Art History from the Pennsylvania State University)
by:Susan C. Scott
Rembrandt Self-Portraits: The Creation of a Myth - Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr., National Gallery of Art, WashingtonÂ Reconstructing Rembrandt and his Circle: More on the Workshop Hypothesis - Walter Liedtke, The Metropolitan Museum of ArtÂ Rembrandt at the Threshold - Susan Donahue Kuretsky, Vassar CollegeÂ Comments on Rubens' Coup de Lance : Its Iconography,...
Rembrandt Self-Portraits: The Creation of a Myth - Arthur K. Wheelock, Jr., National Gallery of Art, WashingtonÂ Reconstructing Rembrandt and his Circle: More on the Workshop Hypothesis - Walter Liedtke, The Metropolitan Museum of ArtÂ Rembrandt at the Threshold - Susan Donahue Kuretsky, Vassar CollegeÂ Comments on Rubens' Coup de Lance : Its Iconography, Style, and Importance for EugÃne Delacroix - J. Richard Judson, Prof. Emeritus, University of North Carolina at Chapel HillÂ Rubens, His Patrons and Style - Walter Liedtke, The Metropolitan Museum of ArtÂ Gender Issues in Seventeenth-Century Dutch Portraiture: A New Look - Alison McNeil Kettering, Carleton CollegeÂ Remarks on Love, Woman, and the Garden in Netherlandish Art: A Study in the Iconology of the Garden - Sara M. Wages, The University of MarylandÂ The Strange Case of Jan Torrentius: Art, Sex, and Heresy in Seventeenth-Century Haarlem - Christopher Brown, The National Gallery, LondonÂ The Soothsayer by Jan Lievens in Berlin: An Attempt at an Interpretation - Maarten Wurfbain, Oegstgeest, The NetherlandsÂ Ludolf de Jongh's The Refused Glass and its Effects on the Art of Vermeer and De Hooch - Roland E. Fleischer, Prof. Emeritus, The Pennsylvania State University
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