Rembrandt

A Seated Female Nude



Rembrandt - A Seated Female Nude



Rembrandt
A Seated Female Nude
c. 1660
211 x 174 mm
Pen and brush and brown ink with wash, and white wash
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago
Clarence Buckingham Collection


Literature

Catalogues raisonnés
Benesch 1122
Schatborn D454



Provenance

Possibly Edward Vernon Utterson (1775 or 1776–1856), London
Louis Corot, Nimes (Lugt 1718)
sold to art dealer Richard, Paris, in 1924 (Lugt 1718)
Alfred Strölin, Lausanne, by 1935
sold to the Art Institute, 1953

External links

RKD 258960
Art Institute Chicago Accession number 1953.38

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