DAC Collection Object Information
The Dispute between Jupiter and Juno over Which of the Two Sexes Finds Greatest Pleasure,
Number 46 from the series of 52 engravings, Metamorphoses (illustrations for the work by Ovid)
Engraving on laid paper
Print impression quality: Excellent
Dimensions (Plate): 174 x 253 mm (6.9 x 10 in.)
Inscribed in plate, lower right center: “HG invent R dBaud ex.”; inscribed with verse by G. Ryckius
Watermark: No watermark
Edition: Published by Robert de Baudous. The set was formerly bound in a red leather album, gold-tooled with gilt edges owned by Simon Watney, Cornbury. The original DAC catalog card states that the album was bound by J. Clarke. The prints are pasted down along the left edge onto wove sheets, with hand-inked borders, that are numbered in sequence on verso from 1 to 20; 1 to 20; and 1 to 12. The first series consists of 20 sheets (Bartsch 31 – Bartsch 50), which were engraved in Goltzius’s workshop in 1589. The second series of 20 (Bartsch 51 – Bartsch 70) dates 1590. The third series of 12 (Bartsch 70 – Bartsch 82) was issued in 1615.
Accession number: 1922.214.171.124
Purchase funds, 1968
Provenance / Collectors' marks: Vernon J. Watney, Cornbury (name stamped in album)
Bibliography: Bartsch 76 (vol. 2); Illustrated Bartsch 76 (vol. 3, p. 359); for the series, see Hollstein 16–67 (vol. 1, p. 182) and 10–61 (vol. 7, p. 130); see also description attached to original DAC catalog card.
Work Type: print
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