28 March 2007
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
Lieven Willemsz. van Coppenol, Writing-Master: The Larger Plate (B., Holl. 283; H. 300)
etching with drypoint and engraving, 1658, sixth, final state, after the plate was cut down, a fair impression of this state, on soft, fibrous laid, with margins, minor rubbing and surface dirt, some staining (possibly remains of old adhesive) on the reverse
P. 160 x 132 mm., S. 166 x 140 mm.
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