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So-called 'Burgomaster Pancras and his Wife'; interior with a man (Rembrandt?) standing behind a dressing table at left, passing a pearl necklace to a woman (his wife Saskia?) who sits on the right and looks in a mirror at the earrings she is wearing; proof before letters; after a painting formerly attributed to Rembrandt.
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Height: 161 millimetres
Width: 202 millimetres
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- For another impression see also 1914,0812.4.
After the painting formerly attributed to Rembrandt in Buckingham Palace, London (Bredius undescribed).
Lit.: A. Bredius, 'Heeft Rembrandt Elisabeth Bas van Jochem Hendricksz Swartenhont geschilderd?', in Oud-Holland XXIX (1911), p.197, n.1 (rejects attribution to Rembrandt).
W. Bode and C. Hofstede de Groot, 'The Complete Work by Rembrandt', III, Paris, 1899, p.60, no.158 (as authentic Rembrandt).
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