Esteemed precedents also support the hypothesis: recent studies of Cornelis Cornelius van Haarlem, Hendrick Goltzius, and Bartholomeus Spranger examined their use of Renaissance bronzes, an inexpensive and plentiful source that Rembrandt also seems to have tapped. Paragone, a popular debate in both Amsterdam and Leiden, is another facet of this study.Lion Attacking a Bull. 1600-1625. J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles. Fig. 113a- c Brueghel. Allegory of Sight: Venus and Cupid in a Picture Gallery. ca. 1660. Museum of Art, Philadelphia. Fig. 114 Giambologna. Samson Slaying a Philistine .
|Title||:||Rembrandt's Artful Use of Statues and Casts: New Insights Into His Studio Practices and Working Methods|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|