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Alexander, Having Passed Granique, Attacks the Persians, from the Triumphs of Alexander the Great, after Charles Le Brun   Audran, Gérard   Engraving on four sheets (joined)  1672 
La Conversion de St. Paul [The Conversion of St. Paul], from Les Tableaux de Rome [The Paintings of Rome]   Callot, Jacques   Etching  1611 
La Conversion de S. Paul, plate 8 from Les Images des saints [Images of Saints]   Callot, Jacques   Etching  1631 
S. Conon [St. Conan], plate 19 from Les Images des saints [Images of Saints   Callot, Jacques   Etching  1631 
La Conversion de St. Paul [The Conversion of St. Paul], from Le Nouveau Testament [The New Testament]   Callot, Jacques   Etching  1635 
Les Troupes en marche [The Troops on the March], from La Vie de Ferdinand I de Médicis [The Life of Ferdinand I de Medici]   Callot, Jacques   Etching  1619-1620 
Défaite de le cavaleries turque [The Defeat of the Turkish Cavalry], from La Vie de Ferdinand I de Médicis [The Life of Ferdinand I de Medici]   Callot, Jacques   Etching  1619-1620 
Martyrdom of Saint George, after Paolo Veronese   Brebiette, Pierre   Etching   
Small Landscape with a Lion Hunt   Cochin, Nicolas   Etching   
Le Char du soleil [The Chariot of the Sun], from Guerre de beauté [War of Beauty], after Giulio Parigi   Callot, Jacques   Etching  1616 
La Bataille [The Battle], from Les Grandes misères de la guerre [The Great Miseries of War]   Callot, Jacques   Etching  1633 
Le Prince de Phalsbourg   Callot, Jacques   Etching  1623 
La Conversion de St. Paul [The Conversion of St. Paul], from Le Nouveau Testament [The New Testament]   Callot, Jacques   Etching  1635 
Les Bohémiens en Marche [Bohemians on the March], from Les Bohémiens [The Bohemians]   Callot, Jacques   Etching and engraving  circa 1621 

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