7 July 2011
PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE GERMAN COLLECTION
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Pancake Woman (B., Holl. 124; H. 141)
etching, 1635, without watermark, a fine, early impression of the second state (of three), without wear and with the finest lines printing clearly, with much grain and tone in the text border below, with a spot of printer's ink on the platemark upper right, another in the subject upper left, with thread margins, generally in good condition
P. 108 x 78 mm., S. 110 x 79 mm.
G. Björklund (b. 1887), Stockholm (L. 1138c).
Initials HR in a circle (not in Lugt).
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