on parle plutôt de copies....
trouvé ça :
"These companion pieces represent peasants rather than beggars.
The last word in the legend on No. 95 is always given as ^out, but
it is clearly hovii. According to Mr. liaden, "Rembrandt copied"
these two plates from Hans Sebald Beham, and " Savry etched " them.
To show how closely R. " copied ", Beham's engravings, in faithful
reproductions, have been placed alongside of the etchings. '
SALOMON SAVRY. (Case 12.)
Engraver and etcher, who is said to have worked at
Amsterdam from 1620 to 1650. As early as 1632, in the
year, that is to say, which is marked upon the original, he
copied R.'s " Ratkiller," No. 72 of this catalogue (Vosmaer,
p. 99). Mr. Haden, "Monograph." p. 18, would have it
that he etched also the two plates, Nos. 95 and 96 of this
catalogue, generally believed to be byR. — See Andrescn,
''Handbuch," I, p. 437.