8 April 2009
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Abraham caressing Benjamin (B., Holl. 33; H. 148)
etching, circa 1637, without watermark, a fairly good impression of the second, final state, with small margins, a few small and very unobtrusive foxmarks, otherwise in very good condition, framed
P. 117 x 89 mm., S. 127 x 95 mm.
E. Smith Jr. (L. 2897)
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Please note that the correct title of this lot is "Jacob caressing Benjamin".
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