Abraham Serving the Three Angels
|Abraham Serving the Three Angels|
|Dimensions||16 cm × 21 cm (6.3 in × 8.3 in)|
Abraham Serving the Three Angels is a 1646 panel painting in etching by Rembrandt. The scene depicts Abraham, it is based on an episode from the Book of Genesis (18:1–12) and it has Mughal influence. Today it is in a private collection since it was bought in an auction in 1848 for £64 (equivalent to $6,000 in 2019). Before that its owners were Ferdinand Bol, a student of Rembrandt, the Dutch art collector and Mayor of Amsterdam, Jan Six as well as Benjamin West, an American artist.
In 2021, the painting was put up for sale by its current owner, Mark Fisch (the Metropolitan Museum trustee).
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