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- Recueil Basan
Portrait of the printseller Clement de Jonghe, three-quarter length seated on a wooden chair, facing front, wearing a buttoned jacket, flat white collar, cloak, gloves and hat with broad rim curled upward, his left hand hanging down along his body, his right tucked under his cloak with the elbow at the level of his abdomen; posthumous sixth state after two dots have been added in upper right corner, darker areas have been worked over with mezzotint rocker and darkened further, spot of vertical hatching has been added in lower right corner, and with additional shade in triangular space below back of chair and additional shading in the arch; re-worked by workshop of Henri Louis Basan; from an edition of the Recueil published by Henri Louis Basan around 1810. 1651
- Published in: Paris
- (Europe,France,Ile-de-France (département),Paris)
- Height: 206 millimetres
- Width: 162 millimetres
Inscription ContentLettered with Rembrandt's signature and date, in lower right: "Rembrandt f. 1651".
For the Rembrandt etching see F,6.28
For comment on the volume, which was published by Henri Louis Basan around 1810, see 1941,0327.11.1
Prints & Drawings
Portrait of the printseller Clement de Jonghe, three-quarter length seated, facing front; late impression, re-worked by Pierre François Basan; from an edition of the Recueil published by Henri Louis Basan around 1810. 1651 Etching
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Object reference number: PPA325312
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