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The Procuress (Les Offres d’Amour)ca. 1623-1629
Ludwig Büsinck, aka Ludolph Büsinck, German, b. born ca. 1590
After Georges Lallemand, French, (1560–1636)
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Ludwig Büsinck, aka Ludolph Büsinck, German, b. born ca. 1590 Georges Lallemand, French, (1560–1636) . The Procuress (Les Offres d’Amour), ca. 1623-1629. Chiaroscuro woodcut printed in tan, brown, and dark brown inks from three blocks. Second state. : mm (in.). DAC accession number 1953.6.4. Gift of David Keppel (Wesleyan honorary degree 1929), 1953. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: R. Lee) .
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