For the Limited Time - Big 20% Discount!! Bust of a Man Wearing a High Cap. Plate Size 4" x 3 1/4". Sheet Size 12 7/8" x 9 3/4". Frame Size 20 1/2" x 22 1/2".Etching on Ingres d'Arches off-white laid paper (watermark) with large margins. Signed with the initials ("RHL") and dated in the plate (upper left). The second State According to Bjorklund. The Sixth State according to Nowell-Eusticke. A 20th Century impression printed by Marjorie Van Dyke. From the'Millennium' Edition limited to 2500 examples. Please see the other two (2) Rembrandt's Etchings on the sale lists among other wonderful arts on sale. I will give you additional 10% off!! They would complement each other as a great collection. This superbly printed etching with fine detail, strongcontrast and delicateline work was pulled. From the original plate as created by Rembrandt in 1631. The plate, formerly in the collection of Dr.
Robert Lee Humber (along with 77 other original Rmbrandt etching plates). Had been on loan to the North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, NC since the early 1960's.
And a select group of private collectors in 1993. The late master printer, Emiliano Sorini spent two yuears proofing the plate for this etching and along with. Marjorie Van Dyke carefully studied various states and proofs of the etchings created from the plate of. Bust of a Man Wearing a High Cap : Three Quarters Right. Van Dyke, who eventually took over the project, the knowledge and insight to create.
Impressions from the copper plate and gave her direct observation of the dry-point and burin lines, burrs and subtle. Nuances of the copper plates that Rembrandt had etched. In creating this impression, Ms. Van Dyke commented, Because of Rembrandt's mastery of the chiaroscuro technique.
Imparted to him by the work of Caravaggio, careful attention has been paid to the lights and darks of the copper plates. To avoid any over-wiping which may render the images more stark than Rmbrandt intended... I feel as though we have. Been granted an opportunity to conduct a dialog with Rembrandt, and have adhered faithfully to Rmebrandt's intent. Conseqyetly, as a result of the expertise and delicate and painstaking work of Ms.
Van Dyke and Emiliano Sorini. This impression surpasses in richness, quality and subtlety the impressions pulled from the plate in the last two centruies. Art historians believe that this etching depicts Rembrandt's Father, although no conclusive evidence exists that support this belief. Rembrandt's father Harmen Gerritszoon van Rijn was a miller and owned a half-interest in a windmill called "De Rijn".In this delicate and facile portrait, Rembrandt depicts a man with a resolute jaw, earnest eyes and a focused and intent expression, all qualities one could easily associate with the wisdom and fortitude for one's father. The exotic, oriental and ornate dress of the sitter in turban and coat, may suggest Rembrandt's desire to portray his father as a man of importance. His father died the same year this etching was completed. The item "Bust of a Man Wearing a High Cap Rembrandt" is in sale since Saturday, November 10, 2007. This item is in the category "Art\Art Prints".
The seller is "hykim1943" and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. This item can be shipped to North, South, or Latin America, all countries in Europe, all countries in continental Asia, Australia.