- Museum number
Christ presented to the people; Ecce Homo; Pontius Pilate standing on a dais and surrounded by soldiers at left, pointing at Christ on his right side, the gaoler between them, a crowd gathered in front; on the far left side of the dais, holding a jug of water and a large bowl in which Pilate will shortly (and literally) 'wash his hands' of the affair, people leaning from the windows and doorways of the surrounding buildings; oblong plate; eight state after the signature and date, and two dark arches on either side of a sculpted figure at the bottom of the dais had been added, with the sculpted figure covered with horizontal shading and the shadow of the two arches on either side darkened. 1655
Drypoint with light surface tone, printed on laid paper with watermark of the Arms of Berne
Watermark: Arms of Bern (Hinterding catalogue, variant A´a.b.)
- Production date
Height: 358 millimetres
Width: 455 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For comment see 1848,0911.38.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1992 Mar-May, London, National Gallery, 'Rembrandt'
2005 Apr-Jul, Seoul Arts Centre, 'BM treasures...'
2005 Jul-Oct, Korea, Busan Museum, 'BM Treasures...'
2005/6 Oct-Jan, Daegu, Keimyung Univ. Museum, 'BM Treasures...'
- Acquisition date
- Prints and Drawings
- Registration number
- Additional IDs
Miscellaneous number: 1973,U.931