According to the Metropolitan Museum website, this drawing was formerly attributed to Bartholomeus Breenbergh and is after Matthijs Bril the Younger.
This drawing bears many old inscriptions: At upper right, inscribed "180" in graphite (19th- or 20th-century handwriting). On the verso: at lower left, inscribed "Breenbergh" in graphite (19th-century handwriting); below, inscribed " Calles/Tion/Rosam" in graphite (19th- or 20th-century handwriting) ; at lower right, inscribed "Brenberg" in black chalk or graphite (18th- or 19th-century handwrititng). On the verso of the old mount (preserved in the object file): "Prenberg?/Bril (crossed out) Bril Matijs?/Antwerpen 1540/+ Rom 1584" in graphite (19th-century handwriting). Information from Metropolitan Museum website.