28 March 2007
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Beggar Man and Beggar Woman conversing (B., Holl. 164; H. 7)
etching, 1630, a good impression, the scratch from the man's left hand still present, trimmed into the blank areas at left and right reducing the subject by 4 mm., trimmed to the platemark above and below, otherwise in very good condition, framed
S. 79 x 62 mm.
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