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Rembrandt's Orient. West Meets East in Dutch Art of the 17th Century

Rembrandt's Orient. West Meets East in Dutch Art of the 17th Century

  • In the 17th century, Amsterdam was a vibrant hub of the burgeoning European trade with Asia, Africa, and the Levant, importing copious amounts of foreign items that powerfully stimulated the imagination of numerous Dutch artists.
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In the 17th century, Amsterdam was a vibrant hub of the burgeoning European trade with Asia, Africa, and the Levant, importing copious amounts of foreign items that powerfully stimulated the imagination of numerous Dutch artists. This was notably the case with Rembrandt, whose curiosity and voraciousness as a collector were legendary in his time.

Throughout his prolific career, he drew on Eastern influences in genres as diverse as history painting and portraiture, including depictions in which he himself adopted Oriental styled attire. This lavishly illustrated book explores the inventive ways in which Rembrandt and his contemporaries accommodated Eastern imagery into their own repertoire, set within the wider context of Holland's rapidly expanding commercial and cultural exchange with its non-European trading partners.

The problematic term "Orient" was widely used in Rembrandt's time and will be discussed at great length in this catalogue.

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9783791390093
Producer code
9783791390093
Author
Ortrud Westheider
Bodo Brinkmann
Cover
oprawa twarda
Publisher
Prestel
Language
English
Liczba stron
328
Format
240 x 300
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