On heavy laid paper, slightly trimmed along the framing, in excellent condition, only with signs of old glue visible at the back (see photos).
Beautiful copy by an anonymous 18th-century engraver. Undated and unsigned, the original dates back to 1656 circa.
Portrait of Arnout Tholinx, a doctor who had left his post as inspector of the Collegium Medicum in Amsterdam and who in 1648 married Catharina Tulp, the eldest daughter of the famous doctor Nicolaes Tulp, protagonist of the famous "anatomy lesson" of 1632. The subject is portrayed half-length sitting at the desk, turned to the left, with a buttoned doublet, a flat collar, a robe and a tall hat, arms on the armrests, reading glasses on the right, an open book and sheets in front, bottles on the right.
For the original please see: White & Boon 1969 284.I; Hind 1923 289.I; New Hollstein (Dutch & Flemish) 294.I (Rembrandt); Hinterding et al. 2000 82.I.
- da Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (1606-1669)
- Título de la obra
- Ritratto di Arnout Tholinx
- XVIII sec. orig. 1656
- Sin firmar
- En buenas condiciones
- Se vende con marco
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 190×146 mm
- Dimensiones totales
- 192×149×0 mm