Used, fair condition, hard cover with slip case.
A master of light and shadow, Rembrandt in large part sparked the golden age of Dutch painting. The Treasures of Rembrandt captures the essence of his life, times, and work. In addition to exploring his recurring artistic themes, his self-portraits, his inspirational Biblical masterpieces, and his etchings and drawings, it looks at his childhood, marriage, artistic rise, and eventual fall toward bankruptcy. Twenty removable facsimile items include a preliminary sketch for "The Nightwatch," an announcement of his marriage, and a 'For Sale' notice of Rembrandt's possessions.
The slip case has some damage to the bottom closed end, including a small tear of about 1cm and bumping. There is also a little bumping to the opening edge of the slip case. Both the slip case and the hard cover have scuffing and scratching and the hard cover has a little bumping to the corners and the top of the spine. However, the binding is sound and the pages are clean and unmarked. All the facsimile items are present, although only one of the four envelopes is still attached to the book, the others are just slipped inside the book.