31 March 2010
Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
The Triumph of Mordechai (B., Holl. 40; H. 172)
etching with drypoint, circa 1641, watermark Pendant Initials, a fine impression, printing with considerable burr on the figures and the architecture to the left and at the extreme right, with narrow margins, two small foxmarks, a tiny repaired tear at the upper left sheet edge, just touching the image, otherwise in very good condition
S. 173 x 214 mm.
The Montclair Art Museum, Montclair, New Jersey; Christie's, New York, 11 May 1993, lot 36 ($ 17.000).
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Please note that there is an additional short tear at the upper left sheet edge, measuring circa 6 mm.
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