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von Moltke, J.W.; ARENT DE GELDER (1645-1727), catalogue raisonne Davaco, Aetas Aurea, Vol. V, 1994.. Cloth bound, 4to., 286 pp., introduction and catalogue raisonne with 342 plts. and ills. from which 42 in color. Edited by Kristin Belkin. With chapters by Alan Chong and Christian Tumpel. Documents by Gabriel Pastoor. Arent de Gelder was Rembrandt's last pupil. He started his career as a painter when the "Golden Age" of Dutch Art had come to its end. Arent de Gelder seems to have carried on the tradition of Rembrandt's approach to color far into the beginning of the 18th century. A careful analysis of Arent de Gelder's paintings will reveal that in truth he had a different understanding of the function of color within the conception visualized by him. Arent de Gelder's natural talent to use color in all its splendor is a constant source of joy when studying his work even if he is carried away by it to such a degree that at times he is neglecting the precision of basic design. Arent de Gelder, in a way an outsider within Dutch Painting of the Post-Rembrandt period, was completely unconcerned about the artistic aims and intentions of his contemporaries and he went his own way. As new. EUR 149.00 Verder winkelen In winkelwagen

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