Rembrandt. Part III: beyond art

United Kingdom, 1962

Film
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Episode of Series “Rembrandt”.
Sir Kenneth Clark, eminent British art authority introduces the series of three films on the life and work of the Dutch painter, Rembrandt. In this last part, it shows how Rembrandt retained the moment of vision in all his paintings, and illustrates his marvellous ability for detail as exemplified in the fleyed ox. His many portraits show his intense self-insight and his humorous acceptance of life. His wonderful sense of balance and space is illustrated especially in “The Old Woman” and a group of “Important Men in Amsterdam”.

Credits

producer

Michael Redington

production company

Associated Television

Language

English

Duration

00:27:00:00

Colour

Black and White

ACMI Identifier

27829

Subject categories

Anthropology, Ethnology, Exploration & Travel → Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Crafts & Visual Arts → Art

Crafts & Visual Arts → Art - History

Crafts & Visual Arts → Art - Netherlands

Crafts & Visual Arts → Art - Study and teaching

Crafts & Visual Arts → Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, 1606-1669

Documentary

Documentary → Documentary films - Great Britain

Education, Instruction, Teaching & Schools → Art - Study and teaching

People → Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, 1606-1669

Places → Amsterdam (Netherlands)

Short films

Short films → Short films - Great Britain

Sound/audio

Sound

Holdings

16mm film; Access Print (Section 1)

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