Inscribed, in plate, lower left: HGoltzius Invenit / Sculpsit et diuul.. / gavit. / A 1585.; inscribed, in plate, bottom left: Ut Phabus nitido lasciuum lumine Martem, / Et Paphiae prodit turpia furta Deae:; inscribed, in plate, bottom right: sic fucata Deus sceleratae crimina vitae / cernit, et occultum non finit esse nefas.
ARTH 16.17, Rembrandt, Joy Kenseth, Spring 2016
ARTH 2, Introduction to the History of Art II, Mary Coffey, Joy Kenseth, Winter 2019
ITAL 1.01, Introductory Italian I, Giorgio Alberti, Fall 2022
ITAL 1.02, Introductory Italian I, Andrea Zoller, Fall 2022
ITAL 1.03, Introductory Italian I, Andrea Zoller, Fall 2022
Italian 1.02, Introductory Italian I, Andrea Zoller, Winter 2023
Italian 1.01, Introductory Italian I, Giorgio Alberti, Winter 2023
Italian 11.01, Intensive Italian, Giorgio Alberti, Winter 2023
Art History 7.05, Pompeii: Antique & Modern, Ada Cohen, Winter 2023
Italian 2.01, Introductory Italian II, Andrea Zoller, Winter 2023
Italian 2.02, Introductory Italian II, Matteo Gilebbi, Winter 2023
From Altarpiece to Portrait: Assembling a European Collection, Harrington Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, October 21, 2019-January 27, 2020.
Hill-Stone, Inc., New York, New York; sold to present collection, 2005.
Bartsch 139; Hirschmann 137
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