German Rosenthal Porcelain Plaque after Rembrandt, The Man with Golden Helmet
German Rosenthal Porcelain Plaque after Rembrandt, The Man with Golden Helmet German Rosenthal Porcelain Plaque after Rembrandt, The Man with Golden Helmet German Rosenthal Porcelain Plaque after Rembrandt, The Man with Golden Helmet German Rosenthal Porcelain Plaque after Rembrandt, The Man with Golden Helmet German Rosenthal Porcelain Plaque after Rembrandt, The Man with Golden Helmet German Rosenthal Porcelain Plaque after Rembrandt, The Man with Golden Helmet
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German Rosenthal Porcelain Plaque after Rembrandt, The Man with Golden Helmet

DETAILS
A vintage portrait plaque of a stern military man wearing a gilt helmet after a painting made around 1650. Previously attributed to Rembrandt van Rijn, it is now believed to be by an artist in the circle of Rembrandt.
TITLE
Der Mann mit dem Goldhelm / Rembrandt's Bruder / von Rembrandt / Harmensz van Ryn / 1600-1669
STYLE
Baroque style | Dutch Golden Age style
FRAMING
Gilt gesso and red frame
PLACE OF ORIGIN
Germany | Europe
MAKER
Rosenthal (Selb, Bavaria, Germany, 1879-) | Founder: Philipp Rosenthal (German, 1855-1937)
MARKS
Stamp (back): Rosenthal / Germany. Der Mann mit dem Goldhelm / Rembrandt's Bruder / von Rembrandt / Harmensz van Ryn / 1600-1669
PERIOD
Early-mid 20th century
DATE
1939-56
DIMENSIONS
Width 14 Depth 2 Height 16.25 inches
Sight: Width 9.75 Height 12.25 inches
CONDITION
Note: some damage to frame.
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