3 December 2013
Christ in Limbo, from: The Passion of Christ (B. 19; L., Holl. 19)
engraving, circa 1480, without watermark, a fine, rich and even impression, printing with intense contrasts, trimmed to or just outside the borderline, partially trimmed to the subject at right, in excellent condition
S. 163 x 114 mm.
With Colnaghi's, London (with their stock numbers C. 17101 and 22202 in pencil verso).
Albert W. Blum (1882-1952), Switzerland and Short Hills, New Jersey (L. 79b); then by descent to the current owner.
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