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Verso, lower left, a brown oval stamp for British Museum duplicates, with the letters A. E. P.(?) in pen and brown ink within the center of the stamp. Below this stamp, there is another oval stamp in brown ink, with "Malcolm Collection" around the perimeter, and the letters B.M. in the center. Below this, stamped in brown ink, is the following: "1895_9_15_332." At the lower left, stamped in brown ink, is "Tomas Harris," in a cursive style of letters. At the lower right is the oval MFA stamp in brown ink, with the numbers "68.192" in graphite pencil in the center. At the lower right corner, in graphite pencil, is "B46." In the center of the sheet is a "3" in graphite pencil.

Provenance

J. Malcolm (Lugt 1780); Br. Museum duplicate; Tomás Harris (England, 1908-1964); purchased through P. & D. Colnaghi & Co., Ltd., London by MFA April 10,1968

Credit Line

Museum purchase with a Centennial Gift from Landon T. Clay

1526

Catalogue Raisonné

Bartsch (intaglio) 046; Meder 48a

Dimensions

Sheet: 12.1 x 7.5 cm (4 3/4 x 2 15/16 in. )

Accession Number

68.192

Medium or Technique

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