Mythological scene with Enceladus buried in the sea, the Gigant lying on his back and carrying Sicily and Mount Etna his belly; after Abraham van Diepenbeeck; from an album containing sixty engravings trimmed and pasted on sheets; illustration on page 51 from Marolles' "Temple des Muses" (Paris, Nicolas Langlois: 1655). c.1635-1638Etching and engraving
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