Etchings of Rembrandt and his followers
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Etchings of Rembrandt and his followers a selection from the RobertEngel family collection; catalogue [of an exhibition held at] Santa Barbara Museum of Art... [and elsewhere] by Burton B. Fredericksen

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Published by J. Paul Getty Museum, Santa BarbaraMuseum of Art in Malibu[Cal.], Santa Barbara .
Written in English


  • Rembrandt, -- 1606-1669.

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Statementprepared by Burton B. Fredericksen and Richard J. Kubiak.
ContributionsKubiak, Richard J., Engel, Robert., J. Paul Getty Museum., Santa Barbara Museum of Art.
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Open LibraryOL22825760M

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