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Lazarus, in the foreground at right, raises a bowl, while dogs lick at the wounds on his legs. In the background at center, Dives and his guests gather around a table for a feast. Based on Luke 16:20-21. Plate 2 from a series of five engravings.
Signature: AG [monogram of the artist: A over G]Inscription: across bottom: ERUMNOS9 HIC LAZAR9 IACES AD IANVA DIVITIS MICAS ETIA CANIBVS OBIECTAS DE MESA EPVLONIS PETIT LV16;
on plaque hanging on column: ALDE GRAVE IN SVSATIO FECIT;
on plaque at bottom left: 1554 / AG
at bottom left: 2Marking: on verso, at bottom right: collector's mark of William Bell Scott [Lugt 2607]
William Bell Scott (British, Edinburgh, Scotland 1811–1890 Ayreshire); Donor: Henry Walters
Bartsch VIII.376.45; New Hollstein 59.45; Hollstein I.24.45
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