S. Bedoni (1983, 72-73) thinks that this one is a studio version.
May have been acquired by Camillo I Pamphilj (1622-66): he was married to Olimpia Aldobrandini who was a widow of the Borghese family. See Claudio Strinati, "La mostra e il suo contesto" in exh. cat. Genoa 1996, p.7; Werche #A.138.
The "Allegory of Fire: Venus in the Forge of Vulcan (Rome)" is part of a series of the elements which Jan Brueghel painted between 1606-1611. The series currently resides in the Galleria Doria Pamphilj. See Also:
Ertz lists two autograph replicas, one formerly in Berlin (destroyed) and other formerly art market, Bonn; he also lists one copy in Marseille. But again, boxes at RKD have lots of copies, many from series in places like Saltram House (copper, 57 x 91 cm), Burghley House (49.5 x 77.5 cm); other awful copies around art market:
The panel on which the present work is painted is very badly warped.