Rembrandt van Rijn: Master Printmaker
January 19 through March 10, 2013
During his long and productive printmaking career, Rembrandt (Dutch, 1606–1669) used a variety of intaglio techniques including engraving, etching, and drypoint to delineate a wide range of subjects. This small Weil Print Study show demonstrated his mastery of the medium with religious imagery, portraits, peasants, and landscape views.
Organized by the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama.
Rembrandt, Beyond the Brush: Master Prints from the Weil Collection
|Publication Date: April 10, 1999
$22 plus taxThis catalogue features 47 black and white plates, an essay by Susan Donahue Kuretsky, Ph.D., and catalogue entries by Paul Crenshaw, and Stacey Sell, Ph.D.
Mark M. Johnson, Director Emeritus of the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, provides an introduction.
Rembrandt Van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669), Canal with a Large Boat and a Bridge (Het Schuytje Op De Voorgrondt), 1650, etching and drypoint on cream laid paper, Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Montgomery, Alabama, Gift of Jean K. Weil in memory of Adolph "Bucks" Weil, Jr., 1999.7.110.