("Pretend Bohemian" [i.e., vagabond or gypsy]) dated 1764. Copperplate engraving, printed in Amsterdam on heavy handmade laid paper, about 10" x 15". Apparently the woman's husband is disguised as a gypsy. The verse clarifies:
If you think to discover your wife faithful,
So disguised, why probe her heart like this?
There is a price for a test so beautiful!
Curiosity is often harmful to happiness.
(Translated into English verse by Joe Nickell.)