Rembrandt van Rijn Etching (Dutch 1606-1669)
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Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669) The Golf Player. Etching, 1654, a 20th century impression. Ref: Hind 272. Provenance: Park West Gallery, Dover, Delaware 3.75" x 5.5" Frame: 25" x 27"
Susanin's AuctionsChicago, IL, US
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Est. £80Aug 17
After Rembrandt van Rijn (1606-1669), Etchings, x2, A portrait of an old man with a stick, & A portrait of an old woman with a stick. Approx. 5'' x 4'' overall (2)
Lot 0120 Details
Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch 1606-1669).
Christ Carried to the Tomb, circa 1645 Etching and drypoint.
Signed in the plate, lower center: Rembrandt.
Catalogue raisonné (B., Holl. 84; H. 215), only state.
On laid paper with an R W Fleur-de-lis watermark; very similar to Heawood # 1780 (London 1680) and #1786 (Holland? c. 1690) Collector’s stamp; lower right; Lugt 2775 Former collection of Sir Edward Astley (1729-1802).
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In good condition. Paper around print slightly aged. An oval crease, lower part of the paper, but outside of the image.