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This artwork is part of Dürer and Beyond: Central European Drawings in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 1400–1700
This artwork is not on display
Amnon, standing before a column at left, addresses the seated Jonadab at right. Plate 1 from a series of seven with the Story of Amnon and Tamar.
Signature: AG [monogram of the artist: A over G]Inscription: at top right, on plaque: II.REG.XIII. / IONADAB AIT AD AMNO / CVBA SVPER LECTV TVV / & LAGVORE SIMVLA;
on plaque at bottom right: 1540 / AG
Donor: Childs Gallery
Bartsch VIII.14.22; New Hollstein 40.22 i/ii; Hollstein I.368.22
"The Print in the North: The Age of Albrecht Durer and Lucas van Leyden". LIV (Spring, 4), New York, 1997, p. 54.
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