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In Frans Huys' print, the smoky clouds rising above 'Rezo' and the eruption of the Mount Etna provide the background and frame for the naval battle in the foreground, depicted with utmost detail, including the turbans of the Turkish crews. An anonymous drawing in pen and black and brown ink, probably a copy after the original, acquired in by the Royal Library of Belgium inv.

Fgives an idea of how the other, now lost studies by Bruegel of the Strait of Messina may have looked. Printed from reggo plates, it was etched and engraved by Frans Huys on the basis of drawings that Bruegel would have provided him with. One of these preparatory drawings has survived to the present day Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen, Rotterdam, inv.

Provenance Bassenge, Berlin, 2 Decemberlot The various ships are rendered with the same great accuracy as Frans Huys' contemporary series of Sailing Vessels after Bruegel see lot. Manfred Sellink argued that the print, being expensive to produce, may have been co-published by the Antwerp painter and nobleman Cornelis van Dalem and the famous publisher Hieronymus Cock, even though their names appear individually in the first and the second states, ffor.

Luijten, J. It is generally accepted that Bruegel was in Italy from to and it is likely that he went to Messina, where he may have witnessed, or at least heard about, the encounter of the Italian and the French-Turkish fleets, resulting in the fire and destruction of the city of Reggio in July