“JAN UTENBOGAERT, THE GOLD WEIGHER” – AMAND-DURAND – B 281

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Amand-Durand was a noted engraver of the 19th century who re-created all the plates of Rembrandt’s images. They are equally as beautiful as the finest works of Rembrandt at a fraction of the cost. The Bartsch number is B 281.

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Amand-Durand was a noted engraver in his own right during the 19th century. He spent a substantial portion of his life re-creating the plates of all the¬†engravings of Rembrandt. This is plate number B 281 as set forth in the book of Rembrandt’s engravings. The approximate image size is 10″ X 8″ (25 cm X 20 cm). We have many different images of Rembrandt’s engravings by Amand-Durand and from the standpoint of aesthetic viewing, they are as nice as the best printing of Rembrandt whose first printing was not always his best as he often improved his plate after the first printing. Contact us for further information and pictures of other images.