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File:Rembrandt The Three Crosses 1653.jpg


Title The Three Crosses
Date 1653
Medium drypoint and burin on paper (III/IV)
Dimensions Height: 45.5 cm (17.9 in). 38.7 cm (15.2 in)
Accession number RP-P-1962-39
Object history

by 1747: John Barnard

1962: bequeathed to the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam, by Isaac de Bruijn (†1953) and Johanne Geertruida van der Leeuw (†1960), Muri, Switzerland
Exhibition history The Bible, Mythology and Ancient History. Rembrandt and the Rembrandt School, 13 September 2003–14 December 2003, National Museum of Western Art, Tokyo.

Signature and date bottom centre: Rembrandt f 1653
unknown where: J:Barnard 1747

unknown where: C. 13209

Rijksmuseum Amsterdam online catalogue, as De Drie Kruisen, drypoint and burin on paper, 38.7 × 45.5 cm (15.2 × 17.9 in).

Web Gallery of Art, as The Three Crosses (first state), drypoint and burin on vellum, 38.5 × 45 cm (15.2 × 17.7 in).
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