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    After Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Prodigal Son in Tavern, 19th-Century, Oil on Canvas,

    After Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Prodigal Son in Tavern, 19th-Century, Oil on Canvas,

    £1,700 (approx conversion from €1977.60)

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    A late replica of the painting "the prodigal son in a tavern" by rembrandt harmenszoon van rijn, kept in the dresden gallery. A cheerful gentleman with a girl on his knees holds a glass in his hand. On the festive table is a peacock pie. The feasts sat with their backs to the audience, now they turned their faces to drink to our health. Surprisingly, very little is known for certain about this work. Undeniable, in particular, the authorship of rembrandt, there is information that he kept it at home, not wanting to sell, because, perhaps, that the picture was dear to him. She is often called "self-portrait with saskia on her lap" / b. Perhaps the couple staged a masquerade for fun, following the fashion for scenes from court life, or maybe glorifying their wealth. Unknown artist. Internal dimensions h / w 120x98 cm. less


    Origin : Germany
    Materials : Glass
    Condition : Unknown, Some Imperfections

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    Additional Information

    Code

    AB-112074

    Dimensions

    W: 45.3cm  (17.8")H: 54.7cm  (21.5")D: 2cm  (0.8")

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    ANTIQON

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