After Rembrandt, by Ignace Joseph de Claussin... - Lot 60 - Maison Verneuil

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After Rembrandt, by Ignace Joseph de Claussin... - Lot 60 - Maison Verneuil
After Rembrandt, by Ignace Joseph de Claussin (1795-1844) Suite of 9 engravings Drypoint on laid paper, watermarked BF Dimensions : 13 x 10 cm or 20 x 16 cm Engraving n°1 : The angel disappears in front of Tobit's family, 1641 (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), etching and drypoint. After The Archangel Raphael Leaving Tobit's Family, Rembrandt, 1637, oil on panel, 66x52 cm, Musée du Louvre. Print #2: The Flight into Egypt, Crossing a Ford, 1654 (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), engraving and drying point. After The Flight of the Holy Family into Egypt, Rembrandt, 1627, oil on panel, Musée des Beaux-Arts de Tours. Print no. 3: The Holy Family, known as The Virgin and the Cat, 1654 (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), etching. Print 4: Circumcision in the stable, 1654 (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), etching. After The Circumcision in the Stable, Rembrandt, 1661, oil on canvas, 56x75, National Gallery of Art, Washington DC Print #5: Christ Returns from the Temple with His Parents, 1654 (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), etching and drypoint. Print #6: Christ at Emmaus: The Largest Plate or The Pilgrims of Emmaus, 1654 (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), etching, drypoint, burin. After The Pilgrims to Emmaus, Rembrandt, 1648, 68x65 cm, oil on wood, Musée du Louvre du Louvre. Print #7: The Little Spanish Gypsy Girl, ca.1642 (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston), etching. Boston), etching. Print n°8: Jesus among the Doctors, 1654 (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), etching. etching. Print n°9: The Adoration of the Shepherds, 1654 (Rijksmuseum Amsterdam), etching and etching and drypoint. After The Adoration of the Shepherds, Rembrandt, 1646, oil on canvas, 65x55 cm, National Gallery, London. Rembrandt was known as a great aquafortist of the 17th century. He produced about 300 plates. His first etchings began in 1626 with religious scenes. Some engravings are the result of paintings that Rembrandt had done a few years earlier but others are made before the paintings of the same title. In the past, only the engraving exists and is not related to a painting. The major theme here is religious with scenes from the New and Old Testament. Ignace Joseph de Claussin was an engraver and print dealer in Paris. He was also a great collector of Rembrandt's prints. He had decided to make a catalog raisonné of the said artist, for which he went to auctions in order to acquire the prints present on the market. He is not only a collector but also an aquafortist, that's how he manages to reproduce Rembrandt's prints. Bibliography: - Catalog raisonné de toutes les estampes qui forment l'oeuvre de Rembrandt (1824) by Ignace Joseph de Claussin.
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