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Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn
(Leiden 1606-1669 Amsterdam)

“A Hurdy-Gurdy player followed by children at the door of a house (The Schoolmaster)”

etching with small margins; watermark: Arms of Amsterdam.
93 x 61 mm
signed and dated on the door-hatch: Rembrandt f 1641
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Notes

An excellent impression from the early and only state before the changes added to the later additions in drypoint, with Watelet.
Verso

Provenance

– private collection, Germany;
– with Douwes Fine Art, exhibited at the 200 year jubilee exhibition of 2006, in cat, p. 111 with ill.;
– private collection, The Netherlands.

Condition

an exquisite, even, and clear 17th century impression

Expertise

Bartsch 128; Seidlitz 128; Hind 192; White-Boon 128, only state.
‘The New Hollstein, 2013, no. 191, 1st state (of IV)
Plate in existence – Nowell-Usticke (1967): C2+

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