A direct copy on panel in Schwerin, Staatl. Museum, inv. #G21 (19.5 x 25.5). Variants in following collections: Dresden; Brescia; Stockholm; private collection germany (panel, 25 x 37); Dutch private collection (copper, 16.3 x 23.8); Leipzig; private collection Rotterdam Photos of lots of variants of varying degrees of poorness at RKD. Some look really lousy and clearly a lot later. Query how some compositions come to enjoy this incredibly replicable status? Ertz now attributes some of copies, like Leipzig one, to Jan the Younger. He also points out, rightly, that a bunch of the variants are copies of one another or rather of one single variant which he labels as a "lost JBI" but which could just as easily have been a Jan the Younger surely. Related compositional drawings in Kunsthalle, Bremen and at Vassar College.