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A truly stunning piece of religious art dating to the late 18th Century (1780/90)


Large religious decorative Dutch oil on canvas in original gilded frame and original back boards.

Removed from a significant Dutch Gallery in 2001.


The scene is understood to be the likeness of "The Supper At Emmaus" (After Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn) 1648


The Supper at Emmaus is one of Rembrandt's religious painting masterpieces. The painting showed that in a village called Emmaus, people were talking about Jesus's murder on the table. At this time, a stranger around them spoke and gave each person a piece of bread to invite him to dine together. Then people suddenly discovered in surprise that this stranger was Jesus.

Approx measurements
Height 160
Width 107cm

The Supper At Emmaus (After Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn)

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