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I went to the local Borders where I live, all they had were expensive hardcovers of his paintings. My art teacher had these thin paperbacks that just had on each page his sketches, that was the sort of thing I am looking for.
Maybe art stores would have that sort of thing, though I haven't looked yet.
I've always personally admired Rembrandt mostly because of his drawings and etchings (yes, I do love his paintings too) and I bought through amazon this cheapish book called 'Drawings of Rembrandt' that has 300 sketches from the man in there. It's a two volume set (totaling 550 sketches), but I only have the first one. One drawing on every page, mostly pen and brush, some chalk etc.
Publisher is Dover, and isbn is 0-486-21484.
check it out.
edit - I would love to hear about other / better books out there that are worth it.
check the Tensai Tokyo Sketch Thread (Sketchbook)
check the Tensai Cityscapes Thread (Finally Finished)
Originally Posted by strych9ine
Thanks for the info, thats exactly what I needed