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Etching like the drawing of Rembrandt by Bartsch

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Rembrandt van Rijn after, Adam Bartsch, 1782 - Etching like the drawing of Rembrandt by Bartsch
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Rembrandt van Rijn after, Adam Bartsch, 1782 - Etching like the drawing of Rembrandt The unwearthy guest is dragged out / Parable of the wedding feast. Of a serie of 6 prints after drawings by Rembrandt that are kept in the Hofbibliothek in Vienna. Edited by Adam Bartsch in 1782. Johann Adam Bernhard Ritter von Bartsch (17 August 1757 – 21 August 1821) was an Austrian scholar and artist. His catalogue of Old master prints is the foundation of the Art History of printmaking, and he was himself a printmaker in engraving and etching. It was one of the first catalogue raisonnée of Rembrandt. The illustrated Bartsch is still now one of the most important references about oldmaster prints and contains at least 164 volumes. With standard works (Rembrandt and others) is still the reference : Bartsch or B in use. Printed on thick laid 1782 paper with traces of aging, not disturbing (34,0 cm x 28,5 cm). A tear that can be restored in the upper part in the border and engraved passepartout but not in the scene. Beautifull composition of the drawing of Rembrandt, two soldiers dragg out an unwearthy guest. the people at the table watching. The central figure in a few lines presented. references: Bartsch (1818) 80.183 Rieger II.289.391-3(4) Delivered in a museum passepartout

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