Allegory on transience and equality in death, study for a print; under a pavilion, a picture of the Last Judgement, a child blowing bubbles in a niche below, a peasant standing at left and an emperor at right, two decaying corpses lying below, two medallions in the upper corners representing the Fall of Man and the Crucifixion. 1599 Pen and brown ink with grey wash; lines indented; the child drawn on a piece of paper inserted
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