Design for the frontispiece to Jacques de Bie's 'Numismata Imperatorum Romanorum, Antwerp, 1617; a seated female figure (Rome) crowned by Victory on a circular pedestal with face left vacant for the title, trophies on either side and at the base a relief of Romulus and Remus suckled by the wolf, in the foreground two semi-nude and bound captives. c.1617 Pen and brown ink, with brown wash, heightened with white (oxidised), over graphite

An00022656 001 l

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