First Impressions: Rembrandt
A jargon-free biography of Rembrandt describes the artist's childhood, his apprenticeship with a painter, his job at the court of the Prince of Orange in the Hague, and his success.
For young adults. 54 illustrations, including 32 plates in full color and a foldout. 92p. Index.
Author: Gary D. Schwartz
Title: First Impressions: Rembrandt.
Publisher: Harry N. Abrams, 1992.
ISBN: 0810937603; ISBN-13: 9780810937604
Condition: Unmarked text. Small tear at top of front flap. Very Good in very good dust jacket.
Keywords: Artists, European Art, Art History, Children's Books, Dutch Art, Netherlandish Art, Works on Paper, Graphic Arts, Etching, Children, Juvenile, Children's Books