The rustic and slightly risqué image showing a couple taking full advantage of a herdsman’s nap was, according to Charlie Scott, distributed to his family and friends exclusively.
‘The estimates are high but they’re justified by the condition and the print quality that is often completely exceptional,’ underlines Elodie le Dan.
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The landscapes are especially prized in Rembrandt’s repertoire of etchings.
This, however, is not the case with the very small (7.8 x 5.7cm) ‘The Sleeping Herdsman’ produced in 1644.
Finally, Rembrandt, a great lover of women, created ‘The Woman with the Arrow’ in 1661.
It features a nude depicted in a realist style, inspired by a model in the studio that his students were drawing at the same time. But as all the specialists emphasise, more than the subject, it’s the quality of the etching and how well it has been preserved that contribute to the price.In ‘Christ Driving the Money Changers from the Temple’ the central figure, Jesus, is directly inspired by a wood engraving by Durer from 1508,’ explains the Christie’s specialist.Rembrandt’s genius also expressed itself in his very sombre engravings through an infinitude of black lines which allowed luminosity, in places, to pierce through like with ‘The Descent from the Cross’ from 1654 (estimate 51,000 euros).She must travel to Fiji where the advertising manager for the international corporation, Lambert Industries, is having his vacation.Rei is to do anything she can to convince the man to accept her company's advertising proposal but will Rei's charms be enough to save her beloved company?Guide a group of schoolgirls as they fend off an alien invasion.