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Pieter Haringh, reworked after Rembrandt

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An image of Pieter Haringh. Young Haringh. Jacob Thomasz. Haringh. Unknown printmaker. Reworked after Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669). Etching, drypoint, engraving, black carbon ink on laid paper, height, plate, 119 mm, width, plate, 105 mm; height, sheet, 124 mm, width, sheet, 110 mm, 1655. Production Note: V/V. The plate showing the original seated portrait cut down to show only the bust of the sitter. Notes: The sitter was the second cousin of Thomas Jacobsz. Haringh, and worked as a Receiver in the Amsterdam Orphan's court and regulated voluntary auctions. This probably brought him into contact with Rembrandt in 1655, when the artist attempted to stave off bankruptcy by holding a voluntary sale. This portrait was long thought to represent Jacob Thomasz. Haringh, the lawyer son of Thomas Jacobsz. Haringh who was portrayed by Rembrandt around the same time as Pieter Haringh (see 23.K.5-359), and who was also involved in the sale of the artist's possessions. Alternative Number(s): Hollstein (Dutch/Flemish); B275 V/V. Biörklund/Barnard; BB55-E V/V.

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Pieter Haringh. Young Haringh. Jacob Thomasz. Haringh. Unknown printmaker. Reworked after Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn (Dutch, 1606-1669). Etching, drypoint, engraving, black carbon ink on laid paper, height, plate, 119 mm, width, plate, 105 mm; height, sheet, 124 mm, width, sheet, 110 mm, 1655. Production Note: V/V. The plate showing the original seated portrait cut down to show only the bust of the sitter. Notes: The sitter was the second cousin of Thomas Jacobsz. Haringh, and worked as a Receiver in the Amsterdam Orphan's court and regulated voluntary auctions. This probably brought him into contact with Rembrandt in 1655, when the artist attempted to stave off bankruptcy by holding a voluntary sale. This portrait was long thought to represent Jacob Thomasz. Haringh, the lawyer son of Thomas Jacobsz. Haringh who was portrayed by Rembrandt around the same time as Pieter Haringh (see 23.K.5-359), and who was also involved in the sale of the artist's possessions. Alternative Number(s): Hollstein (Dutch/Flemish); B275 V/V. Biörklund/Barnard; BB55-E V/V.

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  • Accession Number: 23.K.5-361
  • Photograph copyright © The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge.
  • Aperture: f/22.0
  • Focal length: 120
  • Camera: Hasselblad H4D-31
  • Photographer name: Sam Cole
  • Image height: 1025 pixels
  • Image width: 908 pixels
  • Processed with: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5.0 (Windows)
  • Filesize: 1.01MB
  • Exposure time: 1/125
  • ISO Speed: 100
  • Fnumber: 22/1
  • Captured: 2018:02:06 10:43:01

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17th Century collar doublet drypoint Dutch engraving etching fashion Fitz_PDP interior legal profession male man official Pieter Haringh portraits print receiver Receiver General Rembrandt Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn reworked seated sitting window window bars windows young man

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