London, South Kensington
16 September 2009
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (1606-1669)
A Man drawing from a Cast (Bartsch, Hollstein 130; Hind 191)
etching, circa 1641, on laid paper, a good impression of the third, final state, with thread margins, trimmed to the platemark in places at left, some very pale foxing at the sheet edges, remains of adhesive and old paper hinges verso, generally in good condition; with The Artist drawing from the Model (B. Holl. 192) by the same hand, etching, circa 1639, on laid paper, a later impression of the second, final state, probably Basan
P. 94 x 64 mm., S. 95 x 66 mm. (B. 130) (2)
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