THE WINDMILL – Engraving After Rembrandt B 233 – By Amand-Durand



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The size of the image is  5 5/8″ X 8 3/16″ plus wide margins. In the Rembrandt Book this is designated as Bartsch No. 233. This has been one of the long time favorite prints by Rembrandt.

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“THE WINDMILL” is a beautiful recreation of one of the most famous etchings by Rembrandt. This engraving was created by noted 19th century engraver Amand-Durand who re-created all the etchings originally created by Rembrandt. It bears the signature of Rembrandt and dated 1641 within the printing plate. The Bartsch catalog number is B 233 in the book of Rembrandt etchings.

“Noted engraver of his time, Amand-Durand spent the major part of his life exactly duplicating the genius of Rembrandt onto copper plates achieving quality through his own technical genius.”