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Rembrandt’s Etchings

A beggar in a tall hat and long cloak, with a cottage and two figures in the background (circa 1629, or earlier.)

A cavalry fight (circa 1632)

A man making water (1631)

A peasant calling out ‘Tis vinnich kout’ (1634)

A peasant in a high cap, standing leaning on a stick (1639)

A peasant replying ‘Dats niet’ (1634)

A polander standing with his stick: right profile (1631)

A stout man in a large cloak (circa 1628)

A woman making water (1631)

A young man seated and standing [The walking trainer] (circa 1646)

Abraham and Isaac (1645)

Abraham casting out Hagar and Ishmael
(1637, etching and drypoint on paper, height: 12.6 cm (5 in), width: 9.5 cm (3.7 in), currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)

Abraham Entertaining the Angels (1656)

Abraham Francen, apothecary [born 1613] (circa 1657)

Abraham's Sacrifice (1655)

Adam and Eva
(1638, etching on paper, height: 16.3 cm (6.4 in), width: 11.7 cm (4.6 in), currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)

Arnold Tholinx, inspector [died 1679] (circa 1656)

Bald old man with a short beard, in right profile (circa 1635)

Bald-headed man in right profile [The artist’s father?] (1630)

Bearded man, in a furred oriental cap and robe [The artist’s father?] (1631)

Bearded man in a velvet cap with a jewel clasp (1637)

Bearded old man with a high forehead (circa 1630)

Beggar in a high cap, standing and leaning on a stick (circa 1629)

Beggar leaning on a stick, facing left (circa 1630)

Beggar man and beggar woman conversing (1630)

Beggar man and woman (circa 1628)

Beggar man and woman behind a bank (circa 1630)

Beggar seated on a bank (1630)

Beggar seated warming his hands at a chafing dish (circa 1630)

Beggar with a crippled hand leaning on a stick (circa 1629)

Beggar with a wooden leg (circa 1630)

Beggar with his left hand extended (1631)

Beggar woman leaning on a stick
(1646, etching and drypoint on paper, height: 8.3 cm (3.3 in), width: 6.4 cm (2.5 in), currently @ British Museum, London.)

Beggars receiving alms at the door of a house (1648)

Bust of a man wearing a high cap, three-quarters right [The artist's father?] (1630)

Bust of an old man with a fur cap and flowing beard, nearly full face, eyes direct (circa 1631)

Bust of an old man with flowing beard and white sleeve (circa 1631)

Bust of an old man with a flowing beard, the head bowed forward, the left shoulder unshaded (1630)

Bust of an old bearded man, looking down, three-quarters right (1631)

Canal with a large boat and bridge [‘Het schuytje op de voorgrondt’]
(1650, etching and drypoint on paper, state ii, height: 8.3 cm (3.3 in), width: 10.8 cm (4.3 in), currently @ British Museum, London.)

Canal with an angler and two swans (1650)

Christ and the woman of Samaria: among ruins (1634)

Christ and the woman of Samaria: an arched print (1658)

Christ appearing to the apostles (1656)

Christ at Emmaus: the larger plate (1654)

Christ at Emmaus: the smaller plate (1634)

Christ before Pilate: larger plate (1636)

Christ carried to the tomb (circa 1645)

Christ crucified between the two thieves: an oval plate (circa 1641)

Christ crucified between the two thieves [‘Three crosses’] (1653)

Christ disputing with the doctors: a sketch (1652)

Christ disputing with the doctors: small plate (1630)

Christ driving the moneychangers from the Temple (1635)

Christ preaching [‘La petite tombe’] (circa 1652)

Christ preaching [‘The hundred-guilder print’] (circa 1643-1649)

Christ presented to the people: the oblong plate [‘Ecce homo’] (1655)

Christ returning from the Temple with his parents (1654)

Christ seated disputing with the doctors (1654)

Clement de Jonghe, printseller [1624/25-77] (1651)

Clump of trees with a vista (1652)

Cornelis Claesz. Anslo, preacher [1592-1646]
(1641, etching and drypoint, height: 188 mm (7.4 in), width: 158 mm (6.22 in), currently @ Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, New Jersey.)

Cottage with a white paling (1648)

Cottages and farm buildings with a man sketching (circa 1645)

Cottages beside a canal (circa 1645)

David in prayer
(1652, etching and drypoint on paper, height: 14.3 cm (5.6 in), width: 9.4 cm (3.7 in), currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)

Death appearing to a wedded couple from an open grave (1639)

Diana at the bath (circa 1631)

Ephraim Bonus, Jewish physician [1599-1655] (1647)

Faust (circa 1652)

Four illustrations to a Spanish book (1655)

Girl with a basket (circa 1642)

Jacob caressing Benjamin (circa 1637)

Jan Antonides van der Linden [1609-64] (circa 1665)

Jan Asselyn, painter [‘Crabbetje’; 1610-52] (circa 1647)

Jan Cornelis Sylvius, preacher [1564-1638] (1633)

Jan Cornelis Sylvius, preacher [1564-1638] (1646)

Jan Lutma, goldsmith [1574[84?]-1669]
(1656, etching and drypoint on paper, height: 19.8 cm (7.8 in), width: 14.9 cm (5.9 in), currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)

Jan Six [1618-1700] (1647)

Jan Uytenbogaert, preacher of the Remonstrants [1557-1644]
(1635, etching and engraving on paper, poem by Grotius , height: 22.5 cm (8.9 in), width: 18.6 cm (7.3 in), currently @  Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)

Jan Uytenbogaert, [1606-84; ‘The goldweigher’] (1639)

Joseph and Potiphar's Wife
(1634, etching on paper, height: 9.1 cm (3.6 in), width: 11.4 cm (4.5 in)

Joseph’s coat brought to Jacob (circa 1633)

Joseph telling his dreams (1638)

Jupiter and Antiope: the larger plate (1659)

Jupiter and Antiope: the smaller plate (circa 1631)

Head of a man in a fur cap, crying out (circa 1629-1630)

Head of a man in a high cap (circa 1629-1633)

Landscape with a cottage and haybarn: oblong (1641)

Landscape with a cow (circa 1650)

Landscape with a fisherman [‘Het melkboertje’] (circa 1652)

Landscape with a hay barn and a flock of sheep (1652)

Landscape with a road beside a canal (circa 1652)

Landscape with a shepherd and a dog [‘Het jagertje’] (circa 1653)

Landscape with a square tower (1650)

Landscape with an obelisk (circa 1650)

Landscape with three gabled cottages beside a road (1650)

Landscape with trees, farm buildings and a tower (circa 1651)

‘Ledikant’ or ‘Lit à la française’
(1646, etching and burin on paper, height: 12.6 cm (5 in), width: 22.4 cm (8.8 in), currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)

Lieven Willemsz, van Coppenol, writing-master [1599 - after 1677] (circa 1658)

Lieven Willemsz, van Coppenol, writing-master: the larger plate (circa 1658)

Man drawing from a cast (circa 1641)

Man in a broad-brimmed hat (1638)

Man in an arbor (1642)

Landscape with a cottage and a large tree (1641)

Man at a desk wearing a cross and chain (1641)

Man in a coat and fur cap leaning against a bank (circa 1630)

Man wearing a close cap: bust [The artist’s father?] (1630)

Medea: or the marriage of Jason and Creusa (1648)

Naked woman seated on a mound (circa 1631)

‘Negress lying down’ (1658)

Nude man seated before a curtain (1646)

Nude man seated on the ground with one leg extended (1646)

Old bearded man in a high fur cap, with eyes closed (circa 1635)

Old beggar woman with a gourd (circa 1629)

Old man in a long cloak sitting in an armchair (circa 1630)

Old man in meditation, leaning on a book (circa 1645)

Old man shading his eyes with his hand (circa 1639)

Old man with a divided fur cap (1640)

Old man with a flowing beard (1630)

Old man with a flowing beard: bust (1631)

Old man with beard, fur cap and velvet cloak (circa 1632)

Old man with snub nose (circa 1629)

Old woman seated in a cottage with a string of onions on the wall (1631)

Old woman sleeping (circa 1635-1637)

Peasant family on the tramp (circa 1652)

Peasant with his hands behind his back (1631)

Peter and John at the gate of the Temple: roughly etched (circa 1629)

Peter and John healing the cripple at the gate of the Temple (1659)

Pharisees in the Temple [Jews in the synagogue] (1648)

Pieter Haaringh [‘Young Haaringh’; 1609-85] (1655)

Polander leaning on a stick (circa 1632)

Portrait of a boy, in profile (1641)

Ragged peasant with his hands behind him, holding a stick (circa 1630)

Samuel Menasseh ben Israel [1604-57] (1636)

Saskia with pearls in her hair (1634)

Seated beggar and his dog (circa 1629)

Seated naked woman [‘Woman bathing her feet at a brook’] (1658)

Seated naked woman with a hat beside her [Woman at the bath] (1658)

Sheet of studies of men’s heads (circa 1630-1631)

Sheet of studies, with a woman lying ill in bed, etc. (circa 1641-1642)

Sheet of studies with the head of the artist, a beggar woman, woman and child (1651)

Sheet with two studies: a tree, and the upper part of a head of the artist wearing a velvet cap (circa 1638)

Sick woman with a large white headdress [Saskia] (circa 1641-1642)

Simeon’s hymn of praise [The presentation in the Temple: oblong print] (circa 1639)

Simeon’s hymn of praise [The presentation in the Temple with the angel: the small plate] (1630)

‘Six’s bridge’ (1645)

Sleeping puppy (circa 1640)

Small gray landscape: a house and trees beside a pool (circa 1640)

St. Francis beneath a tree praying (1657)

St. Jerome beside a pollard willow
(1648, etching and drypoint on paper, height: 17.8 cm (7 in), width: 13.3 cm (5.2 in), currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)

St. Jerome in a dark chamber (1642)

St. Jerome kneeling: a large plate (circa 1629-1630)

St. Jerome kneeling in prayer, looking down (1635)

St. Jerome praying: arched print (1632)

St. Jerome reading (1634)

St. Jerome reading in an Italian landscape (circa 1654)

St. Paul in meditation (circa 1629)

St. Peter in penitence (1645)

Student at a table by candlelight (circa 1642)

Studies of the head of Saskia and others (1636)

The adoration of the shepherds: a night piece (circa 1652)

The adoration of the shepherds: with the lamp (circa 1654)

The agony in the garden (circa 1657)

The angel appearing to the shepherds (1634)

The angel departing from the family of Tobias (1641)

The artist drawing from the model (circa 1639)

The artist’s mother: head and bust, three-quarters right (1628)

The artist’s mother: head only, full face (circa 1627-1628)

The artist’s mother in a cloth headdress, looking down: head only (1633)

The artist’s mother seated at a table, looking right: three-quarter length
(circa 1629-1633, etching on paper, height: 14.8 cm (5.8 in), width: 13 cm (5.1 in), currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)

The artist’s mother seated, in an oriental headdress: half-length (1631)

The artist’s mother with her hand on her chest: small bust (1631)

The artist’s mother with her hand on her chest: small bust (Bust of an old woman in a furred cloak and heavy headdress) (1631)

The artist’s son Titus
(circa 1654-1658, etching on paper, height: 9.8 cm (3.9 in), width: 7 cm (2.8 in), currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)

The baptism of the eunuch (1641)

The barrel-organ player [Polander standing with arms folded] (circa 1631)

The bathers (1651)

The beheading of John the Baptist (1640)

The blind fiddler (1631)

The blindness of Tobit: a sketch (circa 1629)

The blindness of Tobit: the larger plate (1651)

The boat house [Grotto with a brook; ‘Het spelonkje’] (1645)

The bull [‘Het stiertje’] (circa 1650)

The card player (1641)

The circumcision (circa 1626)

The circumcision in the stable (1654)

The circumcision: small plate (circa 1630)

The crucifixion: small plate (circa 1635)

The death of the Virgin (1639)

The descent from the cross: a sketch (1642)

The descent from the cross by torchlight (1654)

The descent from the cross: the second plate (1633)

The entombment (circa 1654)

The first oriental head (1635)

The flight into Egypt: a night piece (1651)

The flight into Egypt: a sketch (circa 1627)

The flight into Egypt: crossing a brook (1654)

The flight into Egypt: the small plate (1633)

The flute player [L’espiegle] (1642)

The fourth oriental head (circa 1635)

The goldsmith (1655)

‘The goldweigher’s field’ (1651)

The golf player (1654)

The good Samaritan (1633)

The great Jewish bride (1635)

The hog (1643)

The holy family (circa 1632)

The large lion hunt (1641)

The leper [“Lazarus clep”] (1631)

The little Jewish bride [Saskia as St. Catherine] (1638)

The monk in the cornfield (circa 1646)

The Omval (1645)

The pancake woman (1635)

The Persian (1632)

The phoenix or the statue overthrown (1658)

The presentation in the Temple in the dark manner (circa 1654)

The quacksalver (1635)

The raising of Lazarus: the larger plate (circa 1630)

The raising of Lazarus: the small plate (1642)

The rat-poison peddler [The rat catcher] (1632)

The rest on the flight: a night piece (circa 1644)

The rest on the flight: altered from Seghers (circa 1653)

The rest on the flight into Egypt (circa 1626)

The rest on the flight: lightly etched (1645)

The return of the prodigal son
(1636, etching on paper, 12.9 × 13.5 cm (5.1 × 5.3 in), currently @ Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.)

The second oriental head (circa 1635)

The shell [Conus Marmoreus] (1650)

The shepherd and his family (1644)

The ship of fortune (1633)

The skater (circa 1639)

The sleeping herdsman (circa 1644)

The small lion hunt: with one lion (circa 1629)

The small lion hunt: with two lions (circa 1629)

The Spanish gypsy ‘Preciosa’ (circa 1642)

The star of the kings: a night piece (circa 1651)

The stoning of St. Stephen (1635)

The strolling musicians (circa 1635)

The third oriental head (1635)

The three trees (1643)

The tribute money (circa 1635)

The triumph of Mordechai (circa 1641)

The Virgin and Child with a Cat
(1654, original copper etching plate above, very early print below, currently @ Victoria and Albert Museum, London.)

The Virgin and the child with the cat and snake (1654)

The Virgin with the instruments of the passion (circa 1652)

The white negress (circa 1630)

The windmill (1641)

The woman with the arrow [Venus and Cupid?] (1661)

Thomas Haaringh [‘Old Haaringh’; died 1660] (circa 1655)

Three heads of women, one asleep (1637)

Three heads of women, one lightly etched (circa 1637)

Three oriental figures [Jacob and Laban?] (1641)

Three studies of old men’s heads (circa 1630)

Turbaned soldier on horseback (circa 1632)

Two beggars tramping towards the right (circa 1631)

Two studies of beggars (circa 1629)

Two tramps, a man and a woman (circa 1634)

View of Amsterdam from the northwest
(circa 1640, etching on paper, 11.3 × 15.5 cm (4.4 × 6.1 in), currently @ British Museum, London.)

Virgin and child in the clouds (1641)

Woman at a door hatch talking to a man and children [‘The Schoolmaster’] (1641)

Woman reading (1634)

Woman sitting half dressed beside a stove (1658)

Young man in a velvet cap [Petrus Sylvius, preacher?; 1610-53] (1637)

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