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A slaughtered ox

Glasgow, Art Gallery and Museum, Inv. No. 600
  • J. Bruyn
  • B. Haak
  • S. H. Levie
  • P. J. J. Van Thiel
  • E. Van De Wetering
Part of the Stichting Foundation Rembrandt Research Project book series (RRSE, volume 3)

Abstract

A well preserved work, probably done in Rembrandt’s workshop shortly after 1640 and possibly by Carel Fabritius.

Keywords

Paint Layer Stone Slab Coloristic Ally History Painting Crescent Moon 
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Copyright information

© Stichting Foundation Rembrandt Research Project 1989

Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Bruyn
  • B. Haak
  • S. H. Levie
  • P. J. J. Van Thiel
  • E. Van De Wetering

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