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Self Portrait with a Cap, openmouthed.

Alternative title(s):

Zelfportret met baret en opengesperde ogen.
Date 1630
Medium etching
Dimensions 41 × 41 mm.
(Inventory number RP-P-OB-697)

Signature and date bottom centre: RHL 1630

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Rijksmuseum Amsterdam
Source/Photographer Unknown


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  1. Self Portrait - Rijksmuseum Amsterdam - Museum for Art and History.
  2. Zelfportret met baret en opengesperde ogen - Rijksmuseum Amsterdam - Nationaal Museum voor Kunst en Geschiedenis.
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