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Rembrandt and his Critics, 1630-1730. 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
Rembrandt and his Critics, 1630-1730. 0878173110 (ISBN13: 9780878173112). 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 Ruisdael. Rembrandt and His Critics" was Slive's doctoral dissertation.
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Bibliographic Details. Title: Rembrandt and His Critics 1630-1730. Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff, The Hague. Publication Date: 1953. this is more likely to occur with books being shipped outside of the united states, and multi-volume sets. List this Seller's Books. Payment Methods accepted by seller.
While there, he published his first book, Rembrandt and His Critics, 1630–1730. In 2014, Slive was bestowed the honorary degree of Doctor of Arts from Harvard University for his contributions to the world of fine ar. .This list is incomplete; you can help by expanding it. In 1954, he joined Harvard University, where he became a full professor seven years later in 1961. He was appointed chair of the Department of Fine Arts in 1968 until 1971. He lectured as Slade Professor at Oxford University during the 1972/1973 academic year. Rembrandt and His Critics, 1630–1730, 1953
Rembrandt and His Critics, 1630–1730. Rembrandt and the Book of Tobit. 1964, p. 25. Konrad Kraft. Der behelmte Alexander der Große
Rembrandt and His Critics, 1630–1730. Der behelmte Alexander der Große. Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte 15 (1965), pp. 7–9, believes that the gold medallion depicts Athena, not Alexander. Jakob Rosenberg and Seymour Slive in Dutch Art and Architecture: 1600 to 1800. Baltimore, 1966, pp. 71, 74, pl. 50A.
From: Slive, S. (1953) Rembrandt and his critics, 1630-1730, p. 52. ^ One of her in-laws mentioned in his diary she left a considerable amount of money being stingy. In: Het dagboek van J. Bicker Raye, bewerkt door . de Boer, (1935), p. 172. ^ Catalogus of naamlyst van schilderyen, met derzelver prysen, zedert. Dienende tot een vervolg. cataloguen door Gerard Hoet.
Illustrated in Otto Benesch, The Drawings of Rembrandt: A Critical and Chronological Catalogue, 6 vols. London, 1954–1957), 5: no. 958, figs. 1170–1171; and 6: no. A76, fig.