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Jupiter and Antiope: larger plate; the god Jupiter as a satyr leaning over the sleeping nude Antiope and lifting the blanket from her; first state with the blanket the satyr is holding only shaded with open cross-hatching and vertical lines. 1659
Etching, burin and drypoint, touched in grey and brown ink, maculature, rough plate edges
Watermark: Arms of Amsterdam (Hinterding catalogue, variant B.e.)
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Height: 142 millimetres
Width: 206 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For comment and an impression of first state see 1855,0414.266.
For more information on maculatures, see also Ad Stijnman, 'Engraving and Etching: A History of the Development of Manual Intaglio Printmaking Processes', London, 2012, pp.325-326.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
2019 7 Feb-4 Aug, BM, G90, 'Rembrandt: thinking on paper'
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Possibly from the collections of C. Ploos van Amstel and C. Josi, in whose sale catalogue, Amsterdam, 31 July, 1810, lot 261, a retouched impression of the first state is described.
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