22 June 1999
Rembrandt Harmensz, van Rijn
Jan Asselyn, Painter (Krabbetje)
etching with drypoint and engraving, circa 1647, third (final) state, a fine impression, with traces of burr, with small margins, remains of old tape at the reverse left sheet corners, a pale pencil title in the blank space at the bottom, generally in very good condition
P. 316 x 270mm., S. 322 x 276mm.
J. Webster (L. 1554-5) The Fine Art Society (L. 894d)
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