Volume I by Hubert von Sonnenburg
Volume II by Walter Liedtke, Carolyn Logan, Nadine M. Orenstein, and Stephanie S. Dickey
The Metropolitan Museum of Art possesses one of the most significant groups of paintings, drawings, and etchings by the Rembrandt, his pupils, and imitators. This publication accompanied the 1996 exhibition at the Museum and includes every painting by Rembrandt in the Metropolitan's collection, as well as all the Museum's pictures once thought to be by the master but now recognized, generally or at least by the writers, as works by pupils, contemporary followers, or later imitators. A selection of the Museum's drawings and prints by Rembrandt and these artists is also presented. In addition, there is a section devoted to a number of the Museum's paintings by the master's former pupils that have always been recognized as independent works.
Volume I: Paintings: Problems and Issues. 160 pages, 186 illustrations (65 in full color), 9'' x 12'' Paper.
Volume II: Paintings, Drawings, and Prints: Art-Historical Perspectives. 272 pages, 232 illustrations (49 in full color), 9'' x 12''. Paper.