Sheet (Trimmed to plate): 5 3/8 × 10 1/8 in. (13.6 × 25.7 cm)
Rogers Fund, 1919
Not on view
Bartsch and Passavant attribute the print to Domenico Campagnola. Since Galichon, many have recognized dual authorship, with the landscape by Giulio Campagnola and the figures by Domenico Campagnola. Dual authorship is supported by Zucker (see TIB.Commentary.XXV.2519.012). Kristeller suggests that the plate was left unfinnished by Giulio and inherited by Domenico (see, Kristeller no. 9.). Giulio's original composition is known from a drawing in the Louvre (No.4648). See Tietze and Tietze-Conrat, Drawings, no.579 and Washington, 1999, p.410ff.
On the verso there is an offset of another print, oval format possibly with figures.
B.XIII.383.9; TIB.Commentary.XXV.2519.012; Hind.V.196.6; Washington 1973 cat.no. 150.
Adam von Bartsch Le Peintre graveur. Vienna, 1803, cat. no. XIII.383.9.
Arthur Mayger Hind Early Italian engraving: a critical catalogue with complete reproduction of all the prints described. London and New York, 1938-1948, cat. no. V.196.6.
Jay A. Levenson, Konrad Oberhuber, Jacquelyn L. Sheehan Early Italian Engravings from the National Gallery of Art. Washington DC, 1973, cat. no. cat.no. 150.