London, South Kensington
8 December 2010
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (1606-1669)
Abraham and Isaac (Bartsch, Hollstein 34; Hind 214)
etching, 1645, watermark Hare (Hinterding A-a), a very goodlife time impression, still printing with burr on Isaac's dress, trimmed to the borderline, a few short tears at top centre, left and right, the tears backed with adhesive tape, with associated staining at top
P., S. 158 x 130 mm.
Cabinet des Estampes, Budapest (Lugt 2000).
H.E. Ten Cate, Almelo, Holland (Lugt 533b).
Walter Pach (1883-1958), New York. Then by descent to the present owners.
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