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Gerbrand van den Eeckhout image

Gerbrand van den Eeckhout (1621–1674)
Adoration of the Magi (Matthew 2:1–11)
Pen and brown ink, brown and gray washes, some opaque white, black and red chalks, and traces of graphite; traces of framing line in brown ink
6 3/16 x 6 inches (157 x 152 mm)
Purchased as the gift of the Fellows; 1970.1
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Van den Eeckhout was one of Rembrandt's most talented and productive pupils. Although this is a work of Eeckhout's mature period, it attests to the strong impact of Rembrandt's style, especially in the dramatic shadows and variety of pen lines. This painterly study for van den Eeckhout's 1665 canvas (Pushkin Museum, Moscow) is striking in the simplicity with which the artist described forms and in its rich, colorful blend of media.

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