To these could be added the problematic series traditionally called Landscapes for Gaston of Orleans. In the collection of Chatsworth, this corpus includes forty-two drawings which once belonged to Israel Silvestre, a print publisher who inherited his uncle's collection of copper plates etched by Callot. These drawings have been attributed to Callot but the etchings made after these drawings were done by followers. It is believed that Callot died before he had time to etch his drawn compositions and that his publisher had copyists engrave them.
The Garden [The Four Landscapes]
- Etching, c.1618-20 [inv.1972.01.182H264]
- [9.2 x 22.5] (L264)
- Inscribed, lower left: Ia. Callot f.
- This is a second state impression made after Callot's death, when the plate was worn out.
The Small Port [The Four Landscapes]
- Etching, c.1618-20 [inv.1972.01.182H267]
- [8.5 x 22] (L267)
- This very rare first state impression is in poor condition.
The Stag Hunt [Various Italian Landscapes]
- Etching [inv.1972.01.182I271]
- [11.5 x 25] (L271)
- Inscribed, lower left: Callot in f. and Israel ex. cum privil. Regis
The Naval Battle [Various Italian Landscapes]
- Etching [inv.1972.01.182I277]
- [11.8 x 25.2] (L277)
- Inscribed, lower right: Callot in f. and Israel ex. cum privil.
The Small View of Paris
- Etching, completed by Henriet after 1635 [inv.1972.01.182S369b]
- [11.2 x 22] (L369)
- Inscribed, lower left: Callot f. A Paris 1629 Israel Excudit
Jean-Baptiste (dit Francois) Collignon's copy after Callot's View of the Pont-Neuf [Les deux grandes vues de Paris]
- Etching, after 1632 [inv.47-38]
- [18 x 34.5] (L667)
- Inscribed, lower left: Callot in