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Oil Paintings / OP1

Christ and the Woman of Samaria

Artist/Maker: Rijn (School of), Rembrandt Van

circa 1640-1700
Oil on oak panel, with 19th-century mahogany cradling, in a carved gilded frame

475 x 340 mm.
Bequest: Sir John Williams 1926

There are paintings, attributed to Rembrandt, titled 'Christ and the Woman of Samaria' in Berlin (Gemäldegalerie), St Petersburg (Hermitage) and New York (Metropolitan). This painting is near identical in composition (but not an exact copy) to the Berlin painting which is disputed in its attribution to Rembrandt. Expert opinion was sought from various sources as regards the authenticity and attribution of the Aberystwyth painting the general consensus being that the work is Dutch, seventeenth century, not by Rembrandt himself and not a later copy of the Berlin painting. It could have been produced by a pupil or follower of Rembrandt with possible names mentioned including Barent Fabritius (1624-1673), Nicolaes Maes (1634-1693) and Aert de Gelder (1645-1727). The conservator reported that the strange wide brimmed hat was probably painted at a different date, though not much later, possibly so as to hide the split running down the centre of the panel

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