278. [Dutch]


Portrait of Jan Uytenbogaert, "The Goldweigher".


Etching, 25,1 x 20,4 cm (plate), thick laid paper, signed in the plate at lower left "Rembrandt f 1639".

Under passe-partout.

Rembrandt presented the Amsterdam Receiver-General, Jan Uytenbogaert, as a noble and meticulous professional, while simultaneously hinting at a fatherly relation to his young servant. An early unfinished state (with most of the background only thinly etched), of a later unidentified copy.
Ref. Hollstein XVIII:281 (this copy not mentioned).
Joined: 1. Rembrandt Van Rijn (after) - Portrait of Jacob Haaringh. Etching and drypoint, 12 x 10,5 cm, laid paper, signed and dated in the plate "Rembrandt 1655". Later copy of the 5th and final state, with plate cut to the head and bust. Ref. Hollstein XVIII:275.5. - 2. Idem - Abraham's sacrifice. Etching and drypoint, 15,7 x 13 cm, laid paper, unsigned (sm. def. at upper right and lower left corners, old glue marks). Later reverse copy published by Basan. Ref. Hollstein XVIII:34.copy 1. - New Hollstein (Rembrandt) 224 copy b2. - 3. Idem - Joseph telling his dreams. Etching, 14,2 x 10,5 cm, wove paper. Later copy in reverse, possibly Denon. Ref. Hollstein XVIII:37. - 4. Vivares, François. After Rembrandt - Beggar seated warming his hands at a chafing dish. Etching, 8 x 5,7 cm, thin paper, signed in plate "F. V. Fecit". Ref. Hollstein XVIII:173.copy 2. - 5. Plonski, Michal. After Gerard Dou - Old woman reading. Etching, 20,5 x 16,5 cm, wove paper, unsigned. Prov. Charles Bernier, painter of Mons (not in Lugt). - 6. Picart, Bernard. After Samuel Van Hoogstraten - Etching, 15 x 25,2 cm, laid paper, signed in the plate at the lower left "Rembrandt f." (trimmed to platemark). After a drawing in the Chatsworth collection by Samuel van Hoogstraten (1627-1678), which was long thought to be by the hand of Rembrandt. (7 pcs)

€ 500 / 700

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