In Rembrandt. The Painter Thinking, Van de Wetering delivers surprising insights into the intellectual aspects of Rembrandt’s artistic process. The book is a sequel to his widely acclaimed Rembrandt. The Painter at Work (1997), which discussed Rembrandt’s use of different painting materials and techniques as well as his studio practice. This beautifully illustrated book unveils how Rembrandt achieved his mastery and became the revolutionary painter who continues to fascinate the world today. It also sheds light on the theory and practice of painting in the Dutch Golden Age at large.