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William Say - 1814 Mezzotint, Rembrandt's Peasant Girl

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William Say - Original 1814 Mezzotint. After a painting by Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn. Published in London January 27th 1814 by T. Macdonald. Signed in plate. On laid. Some foxing as shown in photos. Trimmed inside of plate.

William Say (1768 - 1834) Mezzotint engraver of portraits and historical, genre and decorative subjects after his contemporaries and Old Master Painters. Born near Norwich, he came to London at the age of Twenty and was apprenticed to J. Ward. In 1807 he was appointed engraver to the Duke of York.


42.5 x 33.8cm (16.7" x 13.3")

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From a collection of mezzotints, etchings and aquatints previously owned by English antiquarian scholar and print collector Christopher Lennox-Boyd (1942 – 2012).

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Code nf624
Artist William Say
Date 1814
Dimensions 42.5 x 33.8cm
Framed No
Medium Mezzotint
Style Realism
Subject Portrait
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