5 July 2016
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Death of the Virgin
etching and drypoint, 1639, on sturdy laid paper, without watermark, a very good impression of New Hollstein's second state (of four), with narrow margins, a few foxmarks and minor staining, otherwise in good condition
Plate 408 x 313 mm., Sheet 415 x 323 mm.
An unidentified collector's mark verso, black oval with bird over text (not found in Lugt).
With Colnaghi, London.
Acquired from the above, 28 February 1962 (£170).
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