Rembrandt - All DAC Holdings
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Peter and John Healing the Cripple at the Gate of the Temple1659
179 x 217 mm (7 x 8.5 in.)
Rembrandt van Rijn, Dutch, (1606–1669)
- illness - State of poor health, of being subject to a disease, disorder, or other malfunctioning of the mind or body. [February 1991 descriptor added.]
- New Testament
- print states
- religious art - Use broadly for art depicting religious subjects or for art used in worship. [September 1993 descriptor added.]
- Saint John
- Saint Peter
- saints - Related Term
- temples - Use for religious buildings dedicated to the service of a deity or deities, often housing a cult image; do not use for such Christian or Islamic religious buildings, prefer "churches" or "mosques." May also be used for Protestant places of worship in France and some French-speaking regions. [February 1995 scope note added.]
- plate Dimensions: 179 x 217 mm (7 x 8.5 in.)
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Rembrandt van Rijn, Dutch, (1606–1669) . Peter and John Healing the Cripple at the Gate of the Temple, 1659. Etching, drypoint, and engraving on laid paper. Second of four states. plate : 179 x 217 mm (7 x 8.5 in.). Sheet : 182 x 219 mm (7.2 x 8.6 in.). DAC accession number 1947.D1.213. Gift of George W. Davison (BA Wesleyan 1892), 1947. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: R. Lee) .
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