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Rembrandt Free read Ï 6 æ [Reading] ➷ Rembrandt By Gladys Schmitt – Citybells.co.uk If the story of Rembrandt's life is a great subject for the novelist it is not because his development into one of the world's supreme painters has profound spiritual significance His life unlike that If the story of Rembrandt's life is a great subject for the[Reading] Rembrandt By Gladys Schmitt Citybells.co.uk If the story of Rembrandt's life is a great subject for the novelist it is not because his development into one of the world's supreme painters has profound spiritual si.

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RembrandtOst creative artists was closely intertwined with his work; and the conflicts of family class marriage children and society that run through his turbulent career have become basic themes for Western man over the past three hundred years..

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  • Gregg Bell

    Rembrandt Free read Ï 6 RembrandtIt is said Vincent Van Gogh stood and stared at a Rembrandt painting in the Louvre and said This man must have lived and died many times to be able to paint like thisI can not believe how little information on line there is on Rembrandt by Gladys Schmitt It took adding the author's name to find it on Goodreads I have read just about every book you can imagine on great artists Fiction non fiction fictionalized you name it All I have to say is this book is the best one of them allIf you want to climb into Rembrandt's life share his unusual surroundings interact with his companions experience the ups and downs of his artistic life this book is the way to do it Yes the details are fantastic It's as if Schmitt was a regular guest at Rembrandt's studio But importantly Schmitt captures the spirit of the times and of the manPersonally I think Rembrandt is the best p


  • Linda

    Rembrandt Free read Ï 6 RembrandtI read this first in 1962 and really enjoyed it; in the past few years I’ve wanted to read it again and finally found a copy Rembrandt was a complex man He was a talented painter but full of self doubt and his paintings were often misunderstood or underestimated by his peers His family life was full of sorrow His wife Saskia bore him four children; only the last Titus lived beyond infancy On her death Saskia left a large amount of money from her wealthy family to Titus but Rembrandt lived a lavish life style and spent most of Titus’ funds Rembrandt and his servant girl Hendrikje would have married except that Saskia’s will prohibited it but they lived together for years and had a daughter named Cornelia who helped care for Rembrandt in his last days The book is 657 pages long I don’t remember whether I was aware of this on my first reading but this time it seemed very wordy in spots Schmitt did a lot of research including many documents in Dutch but there were times


  • Marion

    Rembrandt Free read Ï 6 RembrandtThis is an old book 1960 My mother gave me a used copy that she must have found at a library book sale I've had it since my high school or college days I've kept it with me through many moves from place to place Finally read it It was a wonderful sensitive biography which emphasized many of of themes in Rembrandt's work I really loved this book It was long 650 pages but the depth and detail were worth it I wish there were a better cover image here My copy has one of Rembrandt's self portraits


  • Olga

    Rembrandt Free read Ï 6 RembrandtLargely accurate fictional biography Beautiful and sensitive recreation not only of the artist's life and work but also the times in which he lived


  • Tracie Sneed

    Rembrandt Free read Ï 6 RembrandtLearned so much about this great artist his family the historical context in which he painted and what drove him to paint Interesting man to say the least


  • Beverly

    Rembrandt Free read Ï 6 RembrandtBeautifully written story of a man whose 63 years left a legacy that few have or will ever leave behind


  • Sophie

    Rembrandt Free read Ï 6 RembrandtSurprisingly good for a book picked up on a whim at an estate sale Some interpretations of the life of Rembrandt have evolved since this was public his relationship with Geertje Dirckx in particular but this is a solid read


  • Christiana

    Rembrandt Free read Ï 6 RembrandtAn historical fiction that sucked me in to the life of Rembrandt I loved putting together the pieces of his life that I had previously only seen through his artwork


  • Lin

    Rembrandt Free read Ï 6 RembrandtGlady Schmitt captures the essence of artistic passion and tragedy