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The Three Trees

1753-1769 (made)
Place Of Origin

Etching, drypoint and burin depicting a landscape with three trees on the banks of a river.

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Object Type
Materials and Techniques
Etching and drypoint with burin
Brief Description
Etching by Captain William Baillie, 'The Three Trees', first state, copy in reverse, after a work by Rembrandt. London, 1753-1769
Physical Description
Etching, drypoint and burin depicting a landscape with three trees on the banks of a river.
  • Height: 21cm (Note: Taken from V&A Internal Catalogue)
  • Width: 28.1cm (Note: Taken from V&A Internal Catalogue)
Production typeCopy
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Bibliographic References
  • Taken from V&A Internal Catalogue
  • White, Christopher and Boon, Karel G. Rembrandt's Etchings: An Illustrated Critical Catalogue in Two Volumes, I. Text. (Amsterdam: Van Gendt & Co; London: A. Zwemmer Ltd., 1969).
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record createdJune 30, 2009
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