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The Vision

Marks

Verso, bottom left, in pen and black ink, the mark of J.F. Linck, Berlin (died c. 1863)(Lugt 1684); verso, lower center, stamped in gray-brown ink, the mark of Rudolf Philip Goldschmidt, Berlin (c. 1840-1914)(Lugt 2926); verso, bottom right, stamped in black ink, the mark of Karl Eduard von Liphart, Dorpat, Bonn, Florence (1808-1891)(Lugt 1687); verso, left center, stamped in brown ink, the mark of the MFA (Lugt 282)

Provenance

J.F. Linck, Berlin (died c. 1863)(Lugt 1684); Karl Eduard von Liphart, Dorpat, Bonn, Florence (1808-1891)(Lugt 1687); Rudolf Philip Goldschmidt, Berlin (c. 1840-1914)(Lugt 2926); Gutekunst and Klipstein, Bern; from whom purchased December 31, 1921

Credit Line

Samuel Putnam Avery Fund

L'Apparition

about 1630

Catalogue Raisonné

Robert-Dumesnil 2; Mannocci 5, i(C)/v

Accession Number

21.10646

Medium or Technique

Etching

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