Pen and brown ink, with brush and brown wash and a touch of opaque white watercolor, ruled in pen and brown ink at all edges, on cream laid paper
Inscribed verso, lower left, in graphite: "P22’ ‘D"
182 × 165 mm
The Charles Deering Collection
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Daniel Catton Rich, “Two Drawings by Rembrandt,” Art Institute of Chicago Bulletin, XXIII, no. 4 (1929), p. 38–40 (ill., p. 38) (as Rembrandt).
Daniël Pont, Barent Fabritius, 1624–1673 (The Hague, N. V. Drukkerij Trio, 1958), pp. 124–25, drawings, no. 7. (ill.)
Otto Benesch, The Drawings of Rembrandt, 6 vols., ed. Eva Benesch (London: Phaidon, 1973), vol. IV, cat. No. A31, p. 227 (ill.) (fig. 1091) (as attributed to Rembrandt).
Werner Sumowski, Bemerkungen zu O. Beneschs Corpus der Rembrandtzeichnungen II (Bad Pyrmont, 1961), p. 24, no. A31 (as possibly by Barent Fabritius).
Werner Sumowski, Drawings of the Rembrandt School, ed. And trans. Walter L. Strauss (New York: Abaris Books, 1981), vol. 4, no. 854x S, p. 1858–59 (ill. P. 1859) (as attributed to Barent Fabritius).
Art Institute of Chicago, A Century of Progress, Exhibition of Paintings and Sculpture, Lent from American Collections, June 1–November 1, 1933, p. 87, cat. 814 (as Rembrandt).
Art Institute of Chicago, [Loan Exhibition of] Paintings, Drawings and Etchings by Rembrandt and His Circle, Dec. 19, 1935–Jan. 19, 1936, p. 32, cat. 28 (as Rembrandt).
Worcester Art Museum, Rembrandt and his Circle, A Loan Exhibition of Paintings, Drawings, and Etchings, Feb. 4–Mar. 1, 1936, no. 27 (as Rembrandt).
Art Institute of Chicago, Rembrandt after Three Hundred Years: An Exhibition of Rembrandt and His Followers, 25 Oct.–7 Dec. 1969, p. 189, cat. 169 (ill. p.. 255); also The Minneapolis Institute of Arts, 22 Dec 1969–1 Feb 1970; The Detroit Institute of Arts, 24 Feb–5 April 1970 (as Barent Fabritius ?).
Washington DC, National Gallery of Art, Seventeenth Century Dutch Drawings from American Collections, Jan. 30–Mar. 13, 1977; also Denver Art Museum, Apr. 1–May 15, 1977 and Kimbell Art Museum, Fort Worth, Tex., June 1–July 15, 1977, cat. No. 67, pp. 69–70. [exhibition dates not listed in catalogue] (as Barent Fabritius).
The Art Institute of Chicago, “Rubens, Rembrandt, and Drawing in the Golden Age”, September 28, 2019 - January 5, 2020, pp. 167, 168 (ill.), 295-96, cat. 59, cat. by Victoria Sancho Lobis, et. al.
15th Earl of Shrewsbury (1753–1827), Alton Towers, Staffordshire, England [Deering collection records]. Charles Deering (1852–1927), Chicago [stamp (Lugt 516) verso, lower left, 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.
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