Mirrored composition in respect to the etching by Rosa, from the set of the “Figurine”, 62 vertical small plates each representing a different character. This etching is in the same direction of the original drawing preserved at the British Museum in London (inv. Pp,5.99). It shows a nude woman seated on a bank, her arms around a tree trunk. Hardly discernible on the bottom right corner a number: ’58.’ Towards the bottom there are traces of what resembles a collector’s mark, however, it is not clear enough to be identified. There is a partial watermark recognizable of the coat of arms of the city of Amsterdam held by two lions.
Etching on paper, trimmed to plate mark; total: 144 x 99 mm; traces of previous mounting on verso, otherwise in great condition. Bartsch XX.290.81 (copy).
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