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Deutsch: Mädchen im Bilderrahmen.
English: The Girl in a Picture Frame.
Polski: Dziewczyna w ramie obrazu.
Alternative title(s):
Deutsch: Jüdische Braut.
English: The Jewish Bride.
Polski: Żydowska narzeczona.
Date 1641
Medium oil on panel
Dimensions 105.5 × 76 cm (41.5 × 29.9 in)
Object history

before 1769: transferred to Friedrich Paul von Kameke, Berlin
1777: purchased by Stanisław Augustus of Poland, Warsaw from Elżbieta Henrietta Maria Gołowkin
1798: inherited by Józef Poniatowski, Warsaw
1813: inherited by Maria Teresa Tyszkiewiczowa, Warsaw
1815: purchased by Kazimierz Rzewuski, Vienna
1820: inherited by Lanckoroński family
1944: transferred to Gestapo warehouses, Altaussee
1947: transferred to Antoni Lanckoroński

1994: bequeathed to Royal Castle, Warsaw by Karolina Lanckorońska
Inscriptions Signature and date: Rembrandt / f 1641
English: Augustus Poniatowski's collection inventory number: 207.
References Historia dwóch obrazów,
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