Object Credit Line: Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University. Gift of George W. Davison (B.A. Wesleyan 1892), 1940
Materials & Techniques: Etching and engraving on white handmade laid paper. Watermark: Arms of Dachsbourg (Dabo; see L. Weiner, étude sur les filigranes des papiers Lorraine, Nancy, 1893, plate 13, no. 7)
Keywords: allegory, literature (writings), military
Dimensions: Plate dimensions: 277 mm x 217 mm (10.91 in. x 8.54 in.).
Bibliography: Reed, French Prints from the Age of the Musketeers (Boston: Museum of Fine Arts, 1998), no. 106 (p. 203); Griffiths and Hartley 39; Reed and Worthen 28; Robert-Dumesil, (V,94) 37, (XI,) 37 as Judith with her Servants in the Camp of Holofernes before the wars of Bethulia; Walch 19 ("Lagerszene") as military scene; Reed 1962, note 17, as Allegory of Mars and Bellona with Discorda and Pavor, according to Panofsky; Worthen and Reed 28, as military scene
Associated People: Created by Jacques Bellange (French, 1594-1638)