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- Recueil Basan
Portrait of the Lieven Willemsz. van Coppenol, Writing Master: the smaller plate; three-quarter length directed to left but turned to face front, writing beside a window, a baldachino and a candle in holder at left, with his grandson Antonius reading over his shoulder at right, a disk on the wall at right, a compass and set squares hanging from a nail on the wall at left; copy in same direction after Rembrandt; from an edition of the Recueil published by Henri Louis Basan around 1810. c.1738/54
- Published in: Paris
- (Europe,France,Ile-de-France (département),Paris)
- Height: 269 millimetres
- Width: 181 millimetres
For other impressions of this plate see also F,6.62; and 1859,0806.52.
This is a copy in the same direction after Rembrandt's 'Portrait of the writing-master Jan Willemsz. van Coppenol'. For the Rembrandt etching see F,6.58
For comment on the volume, which was published by Henri Louis Basan around 1810, see 1941,0327.11.1
Prints & Drawings
Portrait of the writing-master Jan Willemsz. van Coppenol; the smaller plate; three-quarter length directed to left but turned to face front, writing beside a window at left with his grandson Antonius reading over his shoulder at right, a disk on the wall; copy in same direction after Rembrandt's etching; from an edition of the Recueil published by Henri Louis Basan around 1810 Etching
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Object reference number: PPA325290
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