Outside the Shadow of Rembrandt

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Title

Outside the Shadow of Rembrandt

Subject

Exhibition catalog; prints and printmaking

Description

Outside the Shadow of Rembrandt" was conceived as a companion project to the 1996 exhibition and catalogue, also researched and organized by Knox art history students, "Graphic Impressions: Selected 19th Century Prints from the Famulener and Wilson Collections.

Creator

Knox College

Contributor

Hera Cha; Gregory Gilbert; Liam Harty; Melanie Heineman; Kathryn Koca; Elise Mensing; Joseph Mohan; Mara Peterson; Elizabeth Platte

Rights

For permission to publish, distribute, or use images in this collection for any other purpose, please contact Knox College Special Collections and Archives, email: archives@knox.edu.

Items in the Outside the Shadow of Rembrandt Collection

Family in the Inn
The Dutch "Little Master" Cornelis Bega (1631/32-1664) produced Family in the Inn during the years 1660-1664.

Enrolling the Troops
When the French monarchy under Louis XIII and Cardinal Richelieu besieged Lorraine in 1631 through 1633 in an attempt to annex it, Callot depicted the conflict in his homeland with his most notable series of prints "The Miseries and Disasters of…

Saint Bartholomew
In 1631, Callot published "The Book of Saints for Every Day of the Year," which contained etched images of four hundred and eighty-eight saints. He also executed a series of etchings titled "The Large Apostles," which feature such figures as Saints…

Jacobus De Breuck
"Jacobus De Breuck" is part of a series of portrait prints titled Iconography, which were executed between 1630 and 1632. Jacobus De Breuck, who was a French architect, is posed in a formal, dignified manner with a look of intense seriousness and…

The Flight into Egypt
"The Flight into Egypt" of c.1630-33 contains a number of characteristics of the French Classical Baroque style, as well as specific features of Claude's landscape manner. There are trees placed on both sides of the landscape vista that serve to…

The Shipwreck
The Shipwreck dates from c.1638-41. A dramatic seascape, the etching depicts several ships being tossed in rough waters during a violent storm. The craggy vertical form of the castle on the right, the masts of the ships and the horizontal line of…

Beggar in a Large Coat
"Beggar in a Large Coat" (1647) print presents stylistic techniques characteristic of Ostade's etchings, which enliven the figure of the beggar. While focusing solely on the disheveled figure, Ostade applied a detailed study of physiognomy and sure…

The Herd
"The Herd" is one of Potter's earliest pure animal pieces, incorporating a direct observation of the Dutch countryside. He depicts rural life with a novel sensitivity to the play of light and shade. As the title of the etching suggests, Potter is…

The Cavalier
The military nature of the cavalier is expressed in the regalia, arms, turn-out, hierarchy of rank and the way in which the men hold their weapons and other attributes. Raeven positions the cavalier in a dignified pose and the movements of the limbs…

Saint Jerome
Ribera's etching "Saint Jerome and the Angel" is one his most repeated and popular prints. The artistic aspects of Ribera's Saint Jerome are characteristically Baroque in theme and formal approach. Ribera treats the figure of St. Jerome with a…