15th - 20th Cent. Masters
Rembrandt’s landscapes are rare among his subject matter and are much sought after by museum curators and knowledgeable collectors. Only eight of Rembrandt’s surviving oils are landscapes. The Rembrandt landscape etching, Six’s Bridge, is renowned as one of Rembrandt’s most spontaneous etchings. Done as an ‘en plain air’ work, the history behind the piece carries with it one of the most interesting stories of all the master’s etchings. The etching plate that Rembrandt used to create this work is not in existence and has been lost to history. Six’s Bridge has been noted by Rembrandt historians to be ‘extremely rare’ and a ‘much sought after’ etching.