After Marten de (c.) Allegory of transitoriness. Landscape with two naked youths, one sitting on an urn and blowing a soap bubble, the other lying asleep with his arm on a skull near an hour-glass; after Maarten de Vos Engraving
After Frans van Mieris I Print made by Jean Georges Wille The distracted observer; a curly-haired boy making soap bubbles, standing behind a table upon which are an embroidered drapery and some metal vases; in trompe l'oeil stone border; after Frans van Mieris the Elder; finished state, with additional shading on the border; before coat of arms, before letter. 1766 Etching and engraving
After Abraham Bloemaert 1611 Allegory on Vanitas. A young woman in rich attire blowing soap bubbles, on a table at right a crown, piles of coins, chains and various richly decorated precious vessels; after Abraham Bloemaert.