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by Richard Muhlberger

eBook What Makes a Rembrandt a Rembrandt? epub
  • ISBN: 067085199X
  • Author: Richard Muhlberger
  • Genre: Teens
  • Subcategory: Literature & Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Viking Juvenile (October 1, 1993)
  • Pages: 48 pages
  • ePUB size: 1788 kb
  • FB2 size 1556 kb
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What Makes A Rembrandt A Rembrandt? book.

Richard C. Muhlberger (born 1938 in New Jersey, United States) is an American art critic, and museum . Muhlberger (born 1938 in New Jersey, United States) is an American art critic, and museum curator. He was Curator of Education for the Worcester Art Museum. He later became a professor of art history at Western New England College, and the vice-director for the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but he is best recognized for his analysis of. many famous art pieces. Some of the most famous pieces Mühlberger has critiqued are done by Rembrandt, Leonardo da Vinci, and Pablo Picasso

He was 'on his own' by age 23 after only six months with a successful painter-instructor.

He was 'on his own' by age 23 after only six months with a successful painter-instructor. It wasn't long before he was sought-out and moved to Amsterdam, a more convenient location for the many portrait commissions he accepted.

Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn ( 15 July 1606 – 4 October 1669) was a Dutch painter and etcher. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. He is generally considered one of the greatest painters and printmakers in European art and the most important in Dutch history. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them. 1. Каталог древнерусской живописи.

What Makes A Rembrandt A Rembrandt Nonfiction- writing that tells about real people and real experiences .

What Makes A Rembrandt A Rembrandt Nonfiction- writing that tells about real people and real experiences, Essays and articles are nonfiction pieces that present information on a subject, Formats . Workbook 102, 4. Richard Muhlberger uses an expository format for sections of What Makes a Rembrandt a Rembrandt? to inform readers about the painting which is commonly known as The Night Watch. 5. C. To explain Rembrandts painting techniques. E. To inform readers with facts about the painting, The Night Watch. Formal Analysis of Rembrandt& Self-Portrait.

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3. Description this book Explores such art topics as style, composition, color, and subject matter as they relate to twelve works by Rembrandt. Richard Muhlberger ) Ebook Download Free Download What Makes a Rembrandt a Rembrandt? (Richard Muhlberger ) Ebook Download Free PDFDownload What Makes a Rembrandt a Rembrandt? (Richard Muhlberger ) Ebook Download Free AndroidDownload What Makes a Rembrandt a Rembrandt?

Explores such art topics as style, composition, color, and subject matter as they relate to twelve works by Rembrandt.
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Gogal
This book is hands down the best book I've found for teaching art appreciation. It starts off giving some info about Rembrandt's birth, etc, then it gives more info about the artist's life while describing a particular painting and why his art is unique. The paintings are a decent size in the book, but there are also close ups of certain parts of the painting that the author wants us to make note of . I will be purchasing more of these books for our future studies.
Fenrikree
Great series! They have more artistic information than we had expected.
These books were like have our own tutor on each of the artist and their technique.
We got more than we bargained for.
Runeshaper
Rembrandt van Rijn, a favorite artist of the Dutch school, was very young when he began studying to be a painter. He was 'on his own' by age 23 after only six months with a successful painter-instructor. It wasn't long before he was sought-out and moved to Amsterdam, a more convenient location for the many portrait commissions he accepted. Rembrandt never traveled very far from Leiden where he was born in July 15, 1606. Try to imagine - - tulips were not introduced to Holland until his lifetime! The flower had a tumultuous history of its own (read "TULIPOMANIA" >> isbn # 060980765x << & similar titles) - - fortunately tulips were NOT banned as an invasive plant. There is one beautifully shown in the floral "crown" worn by "Flora" - a painting now hanging in the Hermitage, St. Petersburg, Russia. It demonstrates Rembrandt's delicate brush strokes and use of his palette.

Light and dark always played a primary "role" in van Rijn's works. The contrast, called by an Italian word >chiaroscuro< is often used when describing Rembrandt's painting style. The artist was famous for this use of light & dark to show contrast; he avoided symmetry, 'toyed with' perspective - -and the paintings included in this book serve to illustrate these important characteristics of his art.

Rembrandt often chose topics to paint that reflected his interest in married love, and in Biblical stories. In the latter, Dutch people were painted in familiar, not Palestinian, settings. The painting of the Mennonite preacher and his wife was new to me, and of particular interest. The author tells us that "the Bible dominates one half of the (entire)canvas." Anatomy lessons were another traditional subject for large canvases at that time. These were called "memento mori" - - Individuals in such group paintings often paid to be included.

New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art inaugurated this series of books for young readers and it was an inspired project. The author sheds true light on the art without condescending to readers. There is something encouraging about the author's tone as he instructs us about the many artist 'tricks' that were used & now aid our understanding & appreciation of the Rembrandt's mastery. Muhlberger also points out how changes in personality can be detected in self-portraits done at different stages of Rembrandt's life. These self-portraits involved the complicated positioning of two mirrors.

Thank you, Rembrandt van Rijn, for your works that have enriched lives through the centuries. And mcHaiku adds sincerest thanks to Richard Muhlberger, who compiled and edited this excellent & very readable book for young people (and fortunate others).
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