1 October 2008
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Pancake Woman (B., Holl. 124; H. 141)
etching, 1635, third, final state, with narrow margins, a repaired loss at the tip of the lower right sheet corner (outside the subject), a further small loss in the lower right margin, a small brown stain at the upper left corner; together with a later impression of The Bathers (B., Holl. 195; H. 250), by the same hand, second, final state, lacking the upper right corner
P. 110 x 78 mm., S. 117 x 86 mm. (2)
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