Template:The Jewish Bride by Rembrandt

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Rembrandt (1606–1669) Link back to Creator infobox template wikidata:Q5598 s:en:Author:Rembrandt
Alternative names Rembrandt van Rijn, Birth name: Rembrandt Harmenszoon van Rijn, Rembrandt Harmensz. van Rijn

Dutch painter, printmaker and draughtsman

Date of birth/death 4 October 1669
Location of birth/death Leiden Amsterdam
Work period between circa 1625 and circa 1669
Work location Leiden (1620-1624), Amsterdam (1624-1625), Leiden (1625-1633), Amsterdam (1631-1669)
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Title Portrait of a couple as figures from the Old Testament, known as ‘The Jewish bride’wikidata:Q766782
Date circa 1665-1669
Medium oil on canvas
Dimensions Height: 121.5 cm (47.8 in). Width: 166.5 cm (65.6 in).
Rijksmuseum Amsterdam Link back to Institution infobox template wikidata:Q190804
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Native name Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Location Amsterdam
Coordinates 52° 21′ 36″ N, 4° 53′ 07″ E Link to OpenStreetMap  Link to Google Maps
Website rijksmuseum.nl
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room 9
Accession number SK-C-216
Object history

by 1825: Vaillant, Amsterdam

: acquired by John Smith (art dealer), London

by 1833: Adriaan van der Hoop (1778-1854), Amsterdam

: bequeathed to the city of Amsterdam by Adriaan van der Hoop, Amsterdam

: lent to the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, Amsterdam. by the city of Amsterdam
Exhibition history

Rembrandt. Schilderijen bijeengebracht ter gelegenheid van de inhuldiging van Hare Majesteit Koningin Wilhelmina, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, , cat.no. 119.
Rembrandt tentoonstelling ter plechtige herdenking van het 300-jarig bestaan der Universiteit van Amsterdam, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, , cat.no. 40.
Rembrandt Tentoonstelling. Ter herdenking van de geboorte van Rembrandt op 15 juli 1606, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, , Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, , OCLC 15659340, cat.no. 96.
Rembrandt 1669/1969, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, , cat.no. 22.

Rembrandt-Caravaggio, , Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam, Cat.no. 29.
Inscriptions Signature and date bottom right: Rembrandt f. 16[..]

Anonymous, Rijksmuseum Amsterdam online catalogue, as Portret van een paar als Oud-Testamentische figuren, genaamd ‘Het Joodse bruidje’, circa 1665-circa 1669, 121.5 × 166.5 cm (47.8 × 65.6 in).

Anonymous, RKDimages, Art-work number 3068, as Portret van een echtpaar als Isaak en Rebecca, 1665-1668, 121.5 × 166.5 cm (47.8 × 65.6 in).

Anonymous, Bildindex der Kunst und Architektur, object 20186112, as Das Brautpaar (Die Judenbraut), after 1665, 121.5 × 166.5 cm (47.8 × 65.6 in).

Anonymous, Web Gallery of Art, as The Jewish Bride, circa 1665, 122 × 167 cm (48 × 65.7 in).

Domenicus-van Soest, Marleen (2003) Les Chefs-d'oeuvre. Guide [mus.cat.], [Amsterdam]: Rijksmuseum Amsterdam, p. 108, as Isaac et Rébecca ou « La Fiancée Juive ».
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