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Christ Driving the Money Changers from the Temple (B.69)

Christ Driving the Money Changers from the Temple

  • Etching on thin laid paper with threadbare margins. Signed and dated in the plate, Rembrandt.f.1635, lower right. Collectors' stamps of Dr. A. L. Blum (L. 79 supplement) verso, red ink and undistinguished collector's stamp, verso, black ink.
  • Biorklund Barnard's third state of three, White and Boon's second state of two, and Nowell Eusticke's third state of seven still showing the three acid spots on the sole of the man's shoe and the man's mouth enormously large.
  • According to Nowell Eusticke, an early third state impression as issued by P.F. Basan (1785-1979) with the diagonal parallels added below the leg of the seated man in the foreground below the board and to the left of his left leg.
  • Nowell Eusticke refers to this as a ''strong clear impression''.

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