Portrait of Herman Doomer, 1640 gedateerd
New York City, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, [..]
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panel (oak), oil paint
The wood used for this panel comes from the same tree as the wood used for the panels of four other Rembrandt paintings: 'Saint John the Baptist preaching' from the Gemäldegalerie in Berlin [RKDImages no. 52653], 'Christ and the woman taken in adultery' of The National Gallery London [RKDImages no. 52807], 'Self portrait wearing a beret and two golden chains' of The Museo Thyssen-Bornemisza in Madrid [RKDImages no. 30283], and the 'Portrait of Aletta Adriaensdr' from the Museum Boijmans van Beuningen in Rotterdam [RKDImages no. 2961] (Corpus of Rembrandt Paintings 1982-2015, vol. 4 (2005), no. IV 2).
rectangle (portrait format) 75 x 55,3 cm
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dated 1640 (1640)
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Entered on: 2000-07-03; Last modification: 2018-05-31


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