28 March 2007
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Presentation in the Temple (B., Holl. 49; H. 162)
etching, circa 1639, third, final state, a fair but later impression, with narrow margins, a diagonal crease towards the lower right of the sheet, two further unobtrusive soft creases, scattered foxing on the reverse showing through
P. 215 x 290 mm., S. 220 x 298 mm.
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