Rembrandt

Self-Portrait with Shaded Eyes



Rembrandt - Self-Portrait with Shaded Eyes

Literature

HdG -
Bredius -
Bauch -
Gerson -
Bredius/Gerson -
Tümpel -
Corpus VI 122 info

Ernst van de Wetering, Rembrandt in nieuw licht, Amsterdam, 2009, figs. 265-268 (showing different stages in the past)
Norbert Middelkoop (ed.), Ferdinand Bol and Govert Flinck, Amsterdam, 2017, figs. 15, 16 (past stage attributed to Govert Flinck)



Provenance

Christian Gottlob Frege, Leipzig (1715–81)
possibly by descent to his son Christian Gottlob Frege (1747–1816), and to his son Christian Gottlob Frege (1778–1855)
private collection, Paris, as of 1935, possibly André de Hevesy
Paul Page, Moulins, France, by 1956, and thence by descent
sale, Sotheby’s, London, 10 July 2003, no. 19
Steve Wynn (b. 1942), Las Vegas
from whom acquired by the present owner in 2008


External links

Leiden Collection, New York Accession number RR-110

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Rembrandt Portrait of Jan Six
Portrait of Jan Six
1654

Rembrandt Portrait of Titus
Portrait of Titus
1660

Rembrandt Portrait of Maria Bockenolle, wife of Johannes Elison
Portrait of Maria Bockenolle, wife of Johannes Elison
1634

Rembrandt Moses Breaking the Tablets of the Law
Moses Breaking the Tablets of the Law
1659

Rembrandt
Self-Portrait with Shaded Eyes
1634
70.8 x 55.2 cm
Oil on panel
The Leiden Collection, New York