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[Untitled portrait of a young man in a broad hat.]
[Untitled portrait of a young man in a broad hat.]
Terburg [Moses ter Borch] se upsum del. A. Bartsch sc.
[Vienna, n.d., c.1800.]
Etching. Sheet 150 x 110mm (5¾ x 4¼"). Trimmed within plate, laid on album paper.
Moses ter Borch (1645-67) was a Dutch Golden Age painter, whose work mostly consists of drawings. He died during the Dutch attack on Chatham, during the 2nd Anglo-Dutch War, and is buried in Harwich. This portrait was etched by Johann Adam Bartsch (von Bartsch fro 1812), a librarian and print historian. As an amateur etcher he produced a large series of facsimile prints after old master drawings, many of which were in the collection of his friend, Charles de Ligne.
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