Rembrandt’s “The Goldsmith” Héliogravure, c. 1870, Charles Blanc


Artist:   Rembrandt  van Rijn 1606-1669.


Title:  The Goldsmith.  Etching and drypoint.


Date:  Original c. 1655.


            Héliogravure c. 1870  by Charles Blanc, former French minister of Fine Arts.


Paper:  Japan


Source:  L'Oeuvre de Rembrandt reproduit par la Photographie. Decrit et Commente par M. Charles Blanc.


Condition: The work is in excellent condition with no foxing and full margins. It is unconditionally guaranteed genuine as described.. 


Size:   Image: 75 x 55 mm.  Sheet: 450 x 315 mm.  Presented in a museum quality mat, ready for framing.  Please note that postage is invoiced separately.  Australia $30. Overseas, ask for quote.


Reference:  Bartsch 123


Notes:  A beautiful photogravure with plate mark as published in L’Oeuvre de Rembrandt by Charles Blanc in Paris, c. 1870.  The publication contained all the known works and was published in three volumes in a limited edition of 500.  This print is no. 60 in the first volume.  The héliogravures were produced on fine Dutch laid paper or Japan paper.


Item No.   ART047

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