The French graphic artist Chasteau worked in Rome in the 1650s. He returned to Paris in the 1660s, where he did several engravings reproducing Poussin’s works, among others. Poussin did the painting The Infant Jupiter Nursed with the Milk of the Goat Amalthea (Staatliche Museen in Berlin, Germany) in the late 1630s. The God Jupiter (Zeus) was the son of Titan Saturn (Cronus), who had devoured all his children when they were born. Rhea, mother of Jupiter, thus gave birth to him in secret on the island of Crete. Here she left her son in the care of nymphs who fed him with honey and the milk of the goat Amalthea.