20 March 2013
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Christ preaching: 'La Petite Tombe' (B., Holl. 67; H. 256)
etching with engraving and drypoint, circa 1652, watermark Arms of Amsterdam (Hinterding D-d-a), a good 'white sleeve' impression, still printing with burr on the cloak of the man standing at left and with good contrast, trimmed on or just inside the platemark, the outer tips of all four corners made-up, the corners with thin spots and partial backing, a few other very minor defects, generally in good condition
S. 155 x 207 mm.
L. Selliers (first half 19th century), Vienna (L. 2282).
Alcide Donnadieu (circa 1791-1861), London (L. 724).
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