Some on-line links to commentators,
contemporary, ancient and in between:
UNDER CONSTRUCTION — added as referenced, gathered
Tanchuma — early medieval collection
Abraham Ibn Ezra — 11th Century CE, Spain
His “Commentary to the Torah”
My Jewish Learning: “Foreshadowing Biblical Criticism”
Wiki-A. Ibn Ezra
Mei HaShiloach — (R. Mordecai Joseph Leiner), 1800-1854, Poland
Hasidic teacher known by the nickname “Mei HaShiloach [living waters],” a reference to his small stature and deep thought (like the waters of Shiloach, flowing under Jerusalem); also the title of his Torah Commentary.
Book info at Amazon
Tur — R. Yaakov ben Asher (c. 1275-1340). Tur, according to the Stone edition bibliography, is the “Code of Jewish law composed by R’ Yaakov, the son of the Rosh (c. 1275-c.1340). The Arba Turim [literally, “four rows”] (which is its full title) is composed for four parts…” Interactive image map and much more from the University of Calgary.
20th Century CE
Umberto (Moses David) Cassuto (1883-1951) some details
Nehama Leibowitz on-line