Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rjin (1606-1669)
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Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rjin (1606-1669)

Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rjin (1606-1669)

Beggar man and woman conversing

etching, 1630, only state, good but later impression, laid paper with narrow margins, small amount of adhesive to upper left margin, 2 small nicks to left edge and one to top left corner, very bottom part of lower left corner of margin missing, general condition good
S. 85 x 68mm
with three etchings by Adriaen van Ostade, Pesant with his hand in his Cloak (G.22) fifth state of seven; The Couple Walking (G.24) fifth state of five; Three Grotesque Figures (G.28) sixth state of seven, all trimmed just on the plate mark or with thread margins, small stains to the top corners of (G.24)
(all unframed)
Bartsch, Hollstien 163
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