Rembrandt, after. The little Jewish bride. (Saskia as St Catherine). Etching by Ignace Joseph de Claussin. 1807.
Rembrandt, after. The little Jewish bride. (Saskia as St Catherine). Etching by Ignace Joseph de Claussin. 1807.
Rembrandt, after. The little Jewish bride. (Saskia as St Catherine). Etching by Ignace Joseph de Claussin. 1807.
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Artist:  Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn (Dutch, 1606–1669), after.
Engraver: Chevalier Ignace Joseph de Claussin (French, 1766–1844), amateur etcher, and collector of Rembrandt etchings (attributed to).
Title: The little Jewish bride. (Saskia as St. Catherine).
Signed in plate: facsimile signature, in top right (in reverse): "Rembrandt f. / 1638". Notes in graphite on mat below the print.
Dimensions: Image 4" x 3 1/8". 
Date: C. 1807.
Materials and Techniques: etching on a thin, lightweight wove  paper 
mounted on corners.

Mat and Framepasted to the backing paper. 
Provenance:  The Estate of George "Yorgo" Demetrakopoulos; professor, assistant director of the Medieval Institute, and assistant to the dean at Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, Michigan, from 1965-2000.
Condition: two tears to the right edge; glue spots; wrinkles. The signs of aging are appropriate for the time. A detailed condition report is available on demand.
Museums and Libraries: The British Museum 1848,0205.24.
Art Movements, Periods & Schools: Dutch School XVII C. French School XIX C.
Notes: This entry incorporates text from the catalog entry and uses the catalog description of the same item from the collection of the British Museum.