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Today in the Prado, Madrid, the picture is one of the masterpieces of early Netherlandish art. In 1565, undoubtedly due to recent interest in the painting, the Antwerp publisher and impresario Hieronymus Cock had Cornelis Cort engrave the composition. The resulting print was unusual for Cort, who was primarily concerned with Italianate and then Italian subjects. More important, it was the first explicit reproduction of a fifteenth-century Netherlandish painting. The print is extremely rare, however, this being one of only two impressions in the United States. The most innovative and influential engraver of the third quarter of the century, Cort reconciled the earlier emphasis on design and ideal appearance with more varied description and closer approximation of pictorial effects. Formed and first active in Cock’s workshop, he went to Italy in 1565. Becoming Titian’s preferred interpreter, he developed an unprecedentedly rich and differentiated system of engraving. Point of departure for Hendrick Goltzius in the Netherlands and Agostino Carracci in Italy, this system would help determine the development of the technique. 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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. 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