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Lycaon Changed into a Wolf by Jupiter (from a series illustrating Ovid's Metamorphoses)

Inscription

in plate, in lower margin, left: Igne Lycaonias deuastat Juppiter edes,/Ille fugit rapidum veritur inq lupum.; right: Syluas et rabiosa petit spelea ferarum,/Visq ferox animo, que fuit antè manet.; in ink, lower left and right: .9.

Signed

not signed

Marks

no watermark; verso, purple MFA Babcock Bequest stamp, with accession number in ink: 1720

Provenance

1900, bequest of William P. Babcok (1826-1899, Boston and Paris)

Credit Line

Bequest of William Perkins Babcock

about 1539

Catalogue Raisonné

Bartsch 039 (engravings after designs by Goltzius)

Accession Number

B1720

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