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  • Solomon judges the case of the two harlots and their babies. Line engraving by J. Eisenhardt, 1847, after E. von Steinle.
  • A lady seeking knowledge of her lover from a wizard. Process print after Sir E. Burne-Jones.
  • Five tombs containing skeletons of historical exemplars of wisdom, war, beauty, strength and riches; an allegory of change, decay and death. Engraving after A.P. van de Venne, ca. 1655.
  • One of the women whose child has died and whom Solomon will judge. Stipple engraving after N. Poussin.
  • Allegory of true and false wisdom. Etching by J.G. Bergmüller.
  • Solomon judges the case of the two harlots. Colour etching by C. Ploos van Amstel, 1782, after L. van Leyden.
  • The love of divinity and wisdom and its effects on shameful love and indulgence. Engraving after Pietro da Cortona.
  • A man deemed by Lavater to be sage, profound, and clear sighted. Drawing, c. 1793.
  • Hercules and Wisdom. Engraving by L. Desplaces after P. Veronese.
  • A philosopher and virtuoso seated in an armchair: dissatisfied with his accomplishments, he points to the need for charity to the poor. Engraving by C.F. Stoelzel, 1774, after J.E. Schenau, 1773.