24 January 2008
School of Rembrandt, circa 1645
A standing nude gesturing to the right
pen and brown ink, brown wash, pen and brown ink framing lines, watermark cartouche
5 1/8 x 3 5/8 in. (128 x 91 mm.)
An unidentified collector's mark device.
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W. Sumowski, 'Rembrandtzeichnungen', Pantheon, XXII, 1964, pp. 238-40, no. 247 (by Rembrandt).
Peter Schatborn suggests that this drawing can be attributed to a pupil of Rembrandt working in the mid 1640s. We are grateful for his help in cataloguing it.
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