Here we show some of the works of Jacques Callot to demonstrate the Sales Gallery option of the ammonet image display gallery CMS

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Sales Gallery demo #2b

On this page you see a page of engravings forming part of a gallery of the works of Jacques Callot generated using the Sales Gallery tool. This provides for item Stock Number (mandatory) and item Name, plus popup image, description and price. The Buy /Enquire button can be enabled - this loads the item Stock Number and/or Name into the form where the user enters his details. Form contents are emailed to the address specified on the admin Settings page. A link to the appropriate eBay auction can also be enabled.

Images are uploaded and annotated one by one. We recommend the use of the Sales Gallery when a variety of layouts are required and/or when individually valuable items are being displayed for sale, some with links to eBay and others not.

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A selection of the printed works of Jacques Callot

Engravings and etchings by or attributed to Jacques Callot

The Bohemians: The Stopping Place: The Fortune Teller ca. 1621-1625 When returning to France from Italy, Callot probably saw bands of rootless men, women, and children - a common sight - which became the subject of "The Bohemians". He conceived of the four prints as a long frieze; the lines in each of the sheets extend into the sheet that follows. The first two scenes depict a procession of scrawny horses and disheveled families in tattered, exotic clothing. The last two show these vagrants pillaging a farm (illustrated here) and then enjoying a feast. The inscriptions, from left to right, comment on the action: "The only things these poor fortune-telling beggars carry with them are things yet to come. Are these not fine messengers, straying through foreign lands? You who take pleasure in their words, watch out for your blancs, testons and pitolles [coins]. When all is said and done, they find that their fate is to have come from Egypt to this feast."

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