The Marriage at Cana

A collaborative work in two halves, with two additional plates in the spandrels, after Francesco Salviati

Bartsch 268; Hirschmann 315; Strauss 361; Hollstein (Goltzius) 315, first state of three; New Hollstein (Matham) 33, second state of four, with the spandrels but before the address of Ludovici Renard