Four Illustrations to Menasseh Ben Israel's 'Piedra Gloriosa' A. The image seen by Nebuchadnezzar

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Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn
1606-1669
Four Illustrations to Menasseh Ben Israel's 'Piedra Gloriosa' A. The image seen by Nebuchadnezzar
1655
Etching and engraving with drypoint, on paper.
96 x 76 mm
RvR 45
NHD 288a, III
Provenance: 
Pierre Remy (2nd half of the 18th century), Paris; Carl Schlösser (1827-1884), Elberfeld; Sir Francis Seymour Haden (1818-1910), London and Arlesford; Theodore Irwin (1827-1902), Oswego, New York; from whom purchased by J. Pierpont Morgan in 1900.
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Signed and dated below all four illustrations lower left, "Rembrandt f 1655".
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Watermark: None.
From the undivided plate.
Legs of the statue redrawn, so that they are only broken at the ankle. Jacob's stone and the globe added on the right. An arch added above the statue's head. (White and Boon)
See also RvR 44.

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