Portrait of Anna Wijmer by a follower of Rembrandt.

Portrait of Anna Wijmer by a follower of Rembrandt.

Held in the Six Collection in Amsterdam, the portrait of Anna Wijmer has been rejected as a work by Rembrandt and is now considered to be the work of a follower. Presumably, at the time when Petrus made the etching, the original was assumed to be by Rembrandt himself.

The etching, like many others was printed on vellum, which has great longevity but unfortunately seems prone to wrinkling. The work is signed by him and was published by Obach & Co in 1888.

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  • Interior by Bernard Blommers
  • Francois (?) van der Borght by Anthony Van Dyck
  • The Visitation by Rembrandt.
  • Cats by Henriette Ronner
  • Portrait of Anna Wijmer by a follower of Rembrandt.
  • Two Sisters by Johannes Albert Neuhuys
  • Cows on a Farm by Paulus Potter.
  • Etching of Queen Wilhelmina of The Netherlands in her coronation robes.
  • Titus by Rembrandt.

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