Woman Cutting her Mistress's Nails

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Pupil of Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn
1606-1669
Woman Cutting her Mistress's Nails
[16--]
Etching on paper.
124 x 94 mm
RvR 196
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Hermann Weber (1817-1854), Bonn; Carl Julius Kollmann (1820-1875), Dresden; Dr. Franz Pokorny (mid 19th century), Vienna; Sagert; Theodore Irwin (1827-1902), Oswego, New York; from whom purchased by J. Pierpont Morgan in 1900.
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Watermark: Fragment, three balls.
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Etching by unknown pupil of Rembrandt. (White and Boon)
Plant in foreground reworked, and additional cross-hatching on head of a woman.
Copy after Rembrandt's painting at Rennes (Bredius 470); ascribed by Münz to Verbeecq or Bol. (White and Boon)

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