2 April 2008
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Landscape with an Obelisk (B., Holl. 227; H. 243)
etching and drypoint, circa 1650, a fairly good impression of the second, final state, with the sulphur tinting and the horizontal scratches in the sky still printing, some burr to the grass in the lower right corner, with small margins, the tips of the upper corners made up, remains of old hinges at the upper sheet edge verso with an associated soft crease at the upper right sheet edge, otherwise in good condition
P. 84 x 162 mm., S. 88 x 166 mm.
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