Callot died on the 24th of March, 1635, at the age of forty-three.
Long Street does not exist, as I told you, nor any trace of the family Callot.
Callot's imps, for all their strangeness, are only of the earth earthy.
He was a swashbuckler whom Callot would have loved to paint.
Callot's men are users of the wheel and the estrapade; they roast the husband while they ravish the wife.
It was allowable, he says, to Callot, to give a flight to his imagination.
Straightway on making Callot's acquaintance he went forth with bags of coppers and made the acquaintance of beggars.
How much more forcible are his beggars than those of Callot!
His style, according to some opinions, is refined from that of Callot; at all events, it is bolder in design.
The Callot Soeurs are possibly the most expensive firm in Paris.