8 April 2009
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
A young Man in a velvet Cap (Ferdinand Bol?) (B., Holl. 268; H. 151)
etching with touches of drypoint, 1637, second, final state, a good impression, still showing traces of burr on the lips, in the left eye and in the hair, with part of a Strasburg Lily watermark (?), with thread margins or trimmed on the platemark, a pen and ink line verso, minor defects at the upper corners where hinged on the reverse, otherwise in good condition, framed
S. 97 x 84 mm.
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