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Image from page 28 of “Rembrandt, with a complete list of his etchings” (1912)

Image from page 28 of “Rembrandt, with a complete list of his etchings” (1912)
Healing Arts
Identifier: cu31924020506246
Title: Rembrandt, with a complete list of his etchings
Year: 1912 (1910s)
Authors: Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, 1606-1669 Hind, Arthur Mayger, 1880-1957
Subjects: Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, 1606-1669
Publisher: London : W. Heinemann
Contributing Library: Cornell University Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MSN

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Text Appearing Before Image:
and Sculptor. 1656.B. 276 291. Abraham Francen, Art Dealer.(1656.) B. 273 292. S. Francis Beneath a Tree,Praying. 1657. B. 107 293. The Agony in the Garden.(1657.) B. 75 ^94. Christ and the Woman ofSamaria: an Arched Print. 1658.B. 7029?. The Phcenix ; or the StatueOverthrown : an Allegory ofDoubtfulMeaning. 1658. B. no 296. Woman Sitting Half DressedBeside a Stove. 1658. B. 197 297. Woman at the Bath, with aHat Beside Her. 1658. B. 199 298. Woman Bathing Her Feet at aBrook. 1658. B. 200 299. Negress Lying Down. 1658.B. 20; 300. LievenWillemszVan Coppenol,Writing-Master : the larger plate.(1658.) B. 283 300. Rembrandt Etching. 1658.Seidlitz, 379 301. Peter and lohn Healing theCripple at the Gate of the Temple.1659. B. 94 302. Jupiter and Antiope: thelarger plate. 1659. B. 203 303. The Woman with the Arrow.1661. B. 202 The title-page border is taken from a portrait etching by Juriaen Ovens,of FredericK III of Holstein Gottdorp. 19 1,1. REMBRANDTS MOTHER. Unfinished state. 1628. B. 354.

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7,1. BEGGAR MAN AND BEGGAR WOMAN CONVERSING.1630. B. 164

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