Peter Schatborn has, however, kindly informed us that he believes the drawing can be attributed to Philips Koninck, comparing it in particular with sheets in Dresden and Turin.2 In its striking breadth of execution, it can also be compared with a later (1679) drawing of The Lamentation, in Braunschweig, or The Mocking of Christ, in the Lugt Collection, Paris.3
1. See Drawings by Rembrandt and his Pupils: Telling the Difference, exh. cat., Los Angeles, The J. Paul Getty Museum, 2009-10, pp. 134-143
2. W. Sumowski, Drawings of the Rembrandt School, vol. 6, New York 1982, nos. 1320-1322, 1345, 1348.
3. Ibid., nos. 1355, 1399x
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