Author: Jennifer Scott, Helen Hillyard
About the book:
Published to coincide with an exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery, and the celebrations taking place throughout Europe to mark 350 years since the artist's death, Rembrandt’s Light aims to refresh the way we look at works by this incomparable Dutch Master. This book brings together paintings, etchings and drawings that focus on Rembrandt's mastery of visual storytelling through light, concentrating on the period from 1639-58.
About the author:
Jennifer Scott is the Sackler Director of Dulwich Picture Gallery. She was Director of the Holburne Museum in Bath, having previously worked as Curator of Paintings at Royal Collection Trust. Her publications include Bruegel to Rubens: Masters of Flemish Painting, Dutch Landscapes, The Royal Portrait: Image and Impact, The Northern Renaissance: Durer to Holbein and Bruegel: Defining a Dynasty ed., 2017.
Helen Hillyard is the Assistant Curator at Dulwich Picture Gallery, where her research is focused on the collection of Dutch and Flemish seventeenth-century paintings. She previously worked in the curatorial departments at the National Gallery, London and Birmingham Museums, and studied at the University of Cambridge and the Courtauld Institute of Art.
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