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Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn


(Leiden 1606-1669 Amsterdam)
The Landscape with the Square Tower, 1650, etching and drypoint, on laid paper, laid down on later paper, signed and dated Rembrandt f 1650 in the plate, 8,8 x 15,6 cm, with narrow margins along platemarks, Bartsch 218, White-Boon 218 IV (of IV), New Hollstein 250 III (of III), mounted, unframed, (Sch)

The present etching with “The Landscape with the Square Tower” may have been executed by Rembrandt near the border of the Netherlands on his journey with Hendrickje Stoffels to Bredevoort in 1649. The route of their journey can be retraced by means of the drawings which show characteristic elements of the landscape and the houses in the surrounding. The peasant houses recall typical buildings from the surrounding of Amsterdam; the hilly landscape in the background may derive from the topography between Amersfoort and Rhenen. The present etching is hence a typical example of Rembrandt’s method to compose his subjects of existing motives with elements from the imaginary world or to combine his subjects with different topographical details.

The print is a very excellent, vigorous impression of the III state (of III), with a delicate plate tone and the scratch through the signature not visible. In an excellent state of condition.

The present etching with “The Landscape with the Square Tower” may have been executed by Rembrandt near the border of Germany on his journey with Hendrickje Stoffels to Bredevoort in 1649. The route of their journey can be retraced by means of the drawings which show characteristic elements of the landscape and the houses in the surrounding. The peasant houses recall typical buildings from the surrounding of Amsterdam; the hilly landscape in the background may derive from the topography between Amersfoort and Rhenen. The present etching is hence a typical example of Rembrandt’s method to compose his subjects of existing motives with elements from the imaginary world or to combine his subjects with different topographical details.

The print is a very excellent, vigorous impression of the III state (of III), with a delicate plate tone and the scratch through the signature not visible. In an excellent state of condition.

Expert: Mag. Astrid-Christina Schierz Mag. Astrid-Christina Schierz
+43-1-515 60-546

astrid.schierz@dorotheum.at

02.10.2018 - 15:00

Dosažená cena: **
EUR 23.750,-
Odhadní cena:
EUR 15.000,- do EUR 20.000,-

Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn


(Leiden 1606-1669 Amsterdam)
The Landscape with the Square Tower, 1650, etching and drypoint, on laid paper, laid down on later paper, signed and dated Rembrandt f 1650 in the plate, 8,8 x 15,6 cm, with narrow margins along platemarks, Bartsch 218, White-Boon 218 IV (of IV), New Hollstein 250 III (of III), mounted, unframed, (Sch)

The present etching with “The Landscape with the Square Tower” may have been executed by Rembrandt near the border of the Netherlands on his journey with Hendrickje Stoffels to Bredevoort in 1649. The route of their journey can be retraced by means of the drawings which show characteristic elements of the landscape and the houses in the surrounding. The peasant houses recall typical buildings from the surrounding of Amsterdam; the hilly landscape in the background may derive from the topography between Amersfoort and Rhenen. The present etching is hence a typical example of Rembrandt’s method to compose his subjects of existing motives with elements from the imaginary world or to combine his subjects with different topographical details.

The print is a very excellent, vigorous impression of the III state (of III), with a delicate plate tone and the scratch through the signature not visible. In an excellent state of condition.

The present etching with “The Landscape with the Square Tower” may have been executed by Rembrandt near the border of Germany on his journey with Hendrickje Stoffels to Bredevoort in 1649. The route of their journey can be retraced by means of the drawings which show characteristic elements of the landscape and the houses in the surrounding. The peasant houses recall typical buildings from the surrounding of Amsterdam; the hilly landscape in the background may derive from the topography between Amersfoort and Rhenen. The present etching is hence a typical example of Rembrandt’s method to compose his subjects of existing motives with elements from the imaginary world or to combine his subjects with different topographical details.

The print is a very excellent, vigorous impression of the III state (of III), with a delicate plate tone and the scratch through the signature not visible. In an excellent state of condition.

Expert: Mag. Astrid-Christina Schierz Mag. Astrid-Christina Schierz
+43-1-515 60-546

astrid.schierz@dorotheum.at


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Aukce: Meisterzeichnungen und Druckgraphik bis 1900, Aquarelle, Miniaturen
Datum: 02.10.2018 - 15:00
Místo konání aukce: Wien | Palais Dorotheum
Prohlídka: 22.09. - 02.10.2018


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