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While this impression was printed after numerous changes to the plate, it is still beautifully varied in tone and suggestive in expression. ", "Dedication" : "Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Archer M. 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Its traditional title, La Petite Tombe, refers to the pedestal beneath Christ—a “little tomb”—but derives from a misunderstanding of an early reference to Pieter de la Tombe, for whom Rembrandt probably created the print. The scene conflates the events in Matthew 19, the culmination of Christ’s ministry, in which he explains the sanctity of marriage, orders his disciples to “let the children come to me,” and describes the virtue of poverty. The composition, conceived in light of works by Raphael, is unusually explicit in structure. Christ’s alignment with its axes and his gesture, arms upraised, hands oversized, effectively prefigure the Crucifixion. At the same time, this rigor and this content are relieved by wonderfully observed human incidents, from the unmoved Pharisees to the children, one dumb and led by the hand, another oblivious as he draws with a finger. All are subjected to a mysterious shadow that fuses the theological and human meanings of the scene. These meanings emerge in any impression, but no more than a handful so thoroughly express the artist’s aesthetic intention. With the work in drypoint vivid, a veil of ink tone unifying the surface, and a slightly translucent Japanese paper imparting a faint glow, this would have been among the very first printed by Rembrandt himself.", "Dedication" : "Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Purchase through the generosity of the Still Water Foundation, The Dean of the College of Fine Arts, and the Archer M. 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Unparalleled in its evocation of the tragedy of these events, it eliminates any rhetoric, indeed suppresses any obvious reactions and even obscures the ostensible focus, Christ's slack body. Instead, an original and universally affecting mood is set by the overwhelming shadow, the glow of a single torch, and the tenderness of a humble cast. The print is one of Rembrandt's greatest achievements as a printmaker. This impression is printed on the warm toned and absorbent Japanese paper that the artist favored for the first pulls of his late prints. It is exceptionally rich with ink from both the fugitive work in drypoint and the film of ink left across most of the plate by a deliberately incomplete wiping. This impression is also in extraordinary condition, with no disturbance of the surface or scuffing in the shadows. With a second, later 17th-century printing on standard antique laid paper (acquired in 1961), it also forms the most telling comparison of impressions in the entire collection. ", "Dedication" : "Blanton Museum of Art, The University of Texas at Austin, Purchase in honor of Jonathan Bober's tenth anniversary as Curator of Prints and Drawings through the generosity of David Armstrong, Carolyn Bullard, Dr. and Mrs. Paul Burns, George and Jo Anne Christian, Marian Davis, Susan Garwood, M.K. Hage, Jr., Helen Lea, John A. Robertson, Helmut and Petra Rumbler, Susan Thomas, Elgin W. 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Amid humble surroundings, the fire in his foundary colling, an old craftsman seems lost in thought, one hand patiently striking an anvil, the other gently encircling a statuette of Charity. The small size of the print and the special warmth of this impression enhance the sense of extraordinary tenderness. 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So modest in scale, so intimate in tenor, it is probably the most earnest and absorbing. 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His studies of his own appearance, unusual enough in number, in their play with guises, and in their variety of formats, transcend any convention in their visible probing of the self. In turn, they prepared a vocabulary to express the inner workings of other personalities and, more universally, the inclinations of the soul. Both the astonishing individuality and general humanity of Rembrandt’s personages arise from, and were rehearsed through, this activity. Rembrandt explored self-portraiture in sustained campaigns. The most intensive and experimental occurred among the late paintings and among the early etchings. Never formally published or reprinted, these prints were created for the artist’s own satisfaction and are therefore among his rarest. Here he presents himself in a rakish cap, ever sensitive but quite confident. It is the most direct and emotionally mature of the first campaign. The early self-portraits were no less experimental in technique. 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