Signed and dated, in block, lower center: 1594 / HG [H and G overlap]; numbered, in block, lower left margin: 4; inscribed, in block, lower left margin: Cernis vt octaua sit cirumcisus Jesus / Luce puer, tenero accipiens in corpore vulnus; inscribed, in block, lower center margin: Ad normam veteris legis, vitumque receptum, / Jsacidis multos obseruatumque per annos.; inscribed, in block, lower right margin: C. Schoneus ..; numbered, in ink, upper right margin: 4; numbered, in ink, lower right margin: no. 80 [o is superscript]; inscribed, in ink, lower left: EP.; inscribed, in graphite, upper center margin: Circumcision - A. Durer. [in script]; inscribed, in graphite, on reverse, lower left: B. 323
Watermark: Encircled Six-Pointed Star
ARTH 2, Introduction to the History of Art II, Joy Kenseth, Marlene Heck, Winter 2012
ARTH 7, Knight, Death, and the Devil, Jane Carroll, Spring 2012
ARTH 86, Senior Seminar in Theory and Method, Mary Coffey, Winter 2012
Envisioning Jerusalem: Prints from Durer to Rembrandt, Harrington Gallery, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, April 9-June 19, 2011.
New Acquisitions, Churchill P. Lathrop Gallery, Elevator Vestibule, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, June 1, 2009-present.
James A. Bergquist, Newton Center, Massachusetts; sold to present collection, 2008.
Bartsch 18; Hirschmann 12
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