London, South Kensington
19 April 2011
Rembrandt Harmensz van. Rijn (1606-1669)
Abraham and Isaac (Bartsch, Hollstein 34; Hind 214)
etching with drypoint and engraving, 1645, without watermark, a good but slightly later impression, a few touches of grey wash to the platemark and in the foliage at left, with narrow margins, generally in good condition, framed
P. 157 x 130 mm., S. 159 x 134 mm.
Paul Mathey (L. 2100b).
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