Printed in plate, below image, lower left: "P. Paulus Rubbens pinxit. / S. a. Bolswert fecit."; in plate, below image, lower right: "Martinus vanden Enden excud. Antwerpae Cum privilegio Regis."; inscribed below image, lower left, in pen and dark brown ink: "46"; below image, lower center, in graphite: "A 46.II"
The Amanda S. Johnson and Marion J. Livingston Fund
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Gotha Museum; sold, C.G. Boerner, Leipzig, Nov. 26, 1935, lot 284. Dr. Ludwig Burchard (1880–1960), London. Sold by C.G. Boerner, to Anne-Marie Logan, June 12, 2000; sold to the Art Institute, 2015.
Hollstein vol. III, p. 74, no. 29
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