Etching, drypoint, and burin in black on buff laid paper
Inscribed verso, lower left, in graphite: "C&O 154"; lower center, in graphite: "330"; lower right, in graphite: "9"
233 × 191 mm (image/plate); 235 × 193 mm (sheet)
The Charles Deering Collection
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Erik Hinterding and Jaco Rutgers, edited by Ger Luijten, The New Hollstein: Dutch and Flemish Etchings, Engravings and Woodcuts: 1450-1700. Rembrandt: Text II: 1636-1665, nos. 156-314 (Amsterdam: Sound and Vision Publishers, 2013), p. 285.
Art Institute of Chicago, “Van Dyck, Rembrandt and the Portrait Print,” Mar. 5-Aug. 7, 2016, cat. 79.
Heneage Finch Earl of Aylesford (1786-1859), London and Packington Hall [stamp (Lugt 58), verso, in black]. Ambroise Firmin-Didot (1790-1876), Paris [stamp (Lugt 119), verso, in black]. Charles Deering (1852–1927), Chicago [stamp (Lugt 516) verso, in blue]; by descent to his daughters, Mrs. Chauncey McCormick (née Marion Deering; 1886–1965), Chicago and Mrs. Richard Ely Danielson (née Barbara Deering; 1885–1957), Chicago; given to the Art Institute of Chicago, 1927.
Hind 269 IV
Bartsch 282 III
White & Boon 282 IV/VI
New Hollstein 305 IV/VII
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