1 October 2008
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Golf Player (B., Holl. 125; H. 272)
etching, 1654, a good but later impression of the second, final state, with narrow margins, in very good condition; with a late impression of Jacob caressing Benjamin (B., Holl. 33; H. 148), by the same hand
P. 96 x 142 mm., S. 101 x 148 mm.
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