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Etching printed in black ink on laid paper glued to gray wove
Gift of Mrs. James E. Scripps
Prints, Drawings & Photographs
Signed in plate, bottom right edge of image: Callot in f.
Stamp in black, lower left corner of image: S.B'F
Inscribed in plate, bottom right edge of image: Israel ex. cum privil. Regis
December 1885, purchased from the Kissam Sale.
1909-present, gift to the Detroit Institute of Arts (Detroit, Michigan, USA)
Russell, H. Diane et al. Jacques Callot: Prints and Related Drawings. Washington, D.C., 1975, no. 234.
Jacques Callot, Les baigneurs, ca. 1630, etching printed in black ink on laid paper glued to gray wove. Detroit Institute of Arts, Gift of Mrs. James E. Scripps, 09.1S212.1.
Hans Sebald Beham
Rembrandt Harmensz van Rijn