Was engraved by Cornelis van Dalen the Younger, probably before 1648, without Jan's garland (See Schuckman 1995, "Hollstein" V., #23).
According to Van Mulders, Rubens kept this painting himself until 1624 when it went to Prince Wadislas of Poland and then to the Duke of Buckingham.
The garland in this picture is reused on collaborations between Jan and Van Balen. Although no drawing for this garland survives, the one that does (Antwerp, Plantin-Moretus, inv. D.IX.23) confirms (unsurprisingly) that Jan’s garlands were meant to be replicated using detailed drawn studies.