By Gary D. Schwartz
Built specifically for younger readers, this addition to the 1st Impressions creation to paintings sequence is an exhilarating biography of 1 of the world's nice artists. It finds what Rembrandt was once particularly like, how he earned a residing in 17th-century Holland, and what traits of his paintings make him one of many nice artists of all time.
54 illustrations, 32 in complete color.
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