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Monday, March 28, 2016

Unconscious Patient (Sense of Smell)

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The Unconscious Patient (Sense of Smell), dated at around 1624-25, is part of Rembrandt's series depicting the five senses. It shows a woman holding a handkerchief, presumably containing smelling salts, under the nose of a young man who has fainted after a surgeon has performed a blood-letting. (Galerie Talabardon & Gautier/Associated Press)

My source: Adam, G. (2016) Lighting up the territory, Collecting, Financial Times, 19-20 March. p.6.

Image source: 'New' Rembrandt, The Unconscious Patient, debuts at Dutch art fair

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