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- Recueil Basan
Portrait of Jan Uytenbogaert, preacher of the Remonstrants, half-length seated to right facing front, wearing ruff and skull-cap, at a table with open Bible; within oval on octagonal plate; ninth state re-worked by Pierre François Basan; from an edition of the Recueil published by Henri Louis Basan around 1810. 1635
- Published in: Paris
- (Europe,France,Ile-de-France (département),Paris)
- Height: 224 millimetres (octagonal plate)
- Width: 180 millimetres
Inscription ContentLettered with Rembrandt's signature and date, at top, in drypoint: "Rembrandt f.t 1635". Lettered below the oval: "Qúem pia mirari plebes, qúem castra solebant, / damnare et mores aula coacta súos. / Jactatús múltum, nec tantum fractús ab annis / WTENBOGARDUS sic túús, Haga, redit. / H. Grotius [The (worldly) court was forced to condemn the man so admired by the pious, the soldiers and the court itself, and denounce his convictions. The Hague, after much wandering your fellow townsman Uytenbogaert returns, withered, not by the years alone. Hugo de Groot.]".
For an impression of the first state and comment see 1842,0806.149.
For comment on the volume, which was published by Henri Louis Basan around 1810, see 1941,0327.11.1
Prints & Drawings
Portrait of Jan Uytenbogaert, preacher of the Remonstrants, half-length seated to right facing front, wearing ruff and skull-cap, at a table with open Bible; within oval on octagonal plate; late impression, re-worked by Pierre François Basan; from an edition of the Recueil published by Henri Louis Basan around 1810. 1635 Etching
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Object reference number: PPA325294
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