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Portrait of a Man in an Armchair, from Collection d'imitations de Dessins d'après les Principaux Maîtres Hollandais et Flamands

A work made of soft ground etching, hard ground etching, aquatint, and roulette printed from two plates in red-brown and black on white laid paper.
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  • A work made of soft ground etching, hard ground etching, aquatint, and roulette printed from two plates in red-brown and black on white laid paper.

Date:

1826

Artist:

Christian Josi (Dutch, died 1828)
after Rembrandt van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669)

About this artwork

Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

Christian Josi

Title

Portrait of a Man in an Armchair, from Collection d'imitations de Dessins d'après les Principaux Maîtres Hollandais et Flamands

Place

Holland (Artist's nationality:)

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1826

Medium

Soft ground etching, hard ground etching, aquatint, and roulette printed from two plates in red-brown and black on white laid paper

Inscriptions

Recto: inscribed in graphite, below image: "9th proof Sept 12 1826"

Dimensions

Image: 37.3 × 27.1 cm (14 11/16 × 10 11/16 in.); Sheet: 42.4 × 32.3 cm (16 3/4 × 12 3/4 in.); Secondary support: 50.7 × 39.3 cm (20 × 15 1/2 in.)

Credit Line

John H. Wrenn Memorial Collection

Reference Number

1940.968

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