5 December 2006
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
An old bearded Man in a high Fur Cap, with Eyes closed (B., Holl. 290; H. 130)
etching, circa 1635, a good impression, with grey wash in the densely hatched areas, trimmed on or just outside the platemark, some pale staining, the lower left corner slightly thin on the reverse, one or two other thin spots elsewhere on the reverse
P., S. 113 x 103 mm.
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