5 July 2016
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Christ carried to the Tomb
etching and drypoint, circa 1645, on laid paper, with a partial watermark Arms of Amsterdam (similar to Hinterding ZZ-zz), a very good impression of New Hollstein's only state, printing with burr at the lower left and a light tone, trimmed on or just outside the platemark, in very good condition
Plate & Sheet 132 x 111 mm.
With Colnaghi, London (their stock number C. 31729 in pencil verso); bought from Major-General G. P. Blacker, 23 January 1962.
Acquired from the above, 23 January 1963 (£320).
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