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Hundred Guilder Print[1] (ca. 1647-1649 (1643-1649))is a print by Rembrandt on which he worked in stages throughout the 1640s, and it was the work from which his final etching style began to emerge. Although the print only survives in two states, the first very rare, evidence of much reworking can be seen underneath the final print and many drawings survive for elements of it. It is located at the Rijksmuseum Amsterdam.



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