Dutch Drawings in Swedish Public Collections: Volume II
The Nationalmuseum, Stockholm, holds the most extensive collection of 17th-century Dutch master drawings in Sweden.
It comprises important works by Rembrandt and his pupils, as well as drawings by Abraham Bloemart, Jan van Goyen, Herman Saftleven, Willem van de Velde and many other artists. This catalog, the result of a long-term research project, includes almost 600 drawings, of which approximately 130 are previously unpublished.
Titre : Dutch Drawings in Swedish Public Collections: Volume II
Auteurs : Börje Magnusson, Martin Olin Éditeur : Hatje Cantz Thème : Histoire de l'art Format : Relié Pages : 336