- Museum number
- Object: Remissio Peccatorum (The remission of sins)
Friar hearing the confession of a prisoner; on the left, the friar, bearded and sitting, thumb looped through his belt; kneeling on the right, male prisoner, dressed in ragged clothing, with his ankles chained; lantern, shelf with bottle and pipe, and window in the background; bowl, jug and spoon in the foreground. c.1685
- Production date
- 1685 (c.)
Height: 281 millimetres
Width: 214 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For a proof before letters see 1874,0808.1283. There is a copy in reverse direction by Pieter Schenk (Hollsetin 433). The impression at New York is annotated with the date 1685.
States [recorded by Ganz]
(i) before letters
(ii) lettered 'Egbertus van Heemskirk p. // I Smith fe: // Remission Peccatorum // P Tempest ex:'
The print is listed in WAlter Shropshire's 'Catalogue of a ... Collection of Prints', London 1770, lot 322, priced 7s. 6d.
Other impressions: Paris BN (ii); Chatsworth (ii); New York PL (ii); Oxford Christ Church (ii); London BM, Smith album III, 1874,0808.1283
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