3 December 2013
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Abraham's Sacrifice (B., Holl. 35; H. 283; New Holl. 287)
etching and drypoint, 1655, without watermark, a fine impression with burr, particularly to the left of the logs beneath the bowl, with thread margins, trimmed on the platemark in places at left, some scattered foxing, otherwise in good condition
P. 156 x 131 mm., S. 156 x 133 mm.
J. B. de Graaf (1742-1804), Amsterdam (L. 1120), his posthumous sale, Roos, de Vries, Brondgeest, Amsterdam, 14 February 1820 (and the following days), lot 13.
With F. Keppel & Co., New York, no. M. 2696 (their label on the reverse).
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