Allegorical representation of the Dutch Garden in which William III declares his love to the Dutch Virgin, 1672, anonymous, 1672 Canvas Print

Allegorical representation of the Dutch Garden in which William III declares his love to the Dutch Virgin, 1672, anonymous, 1672 Canvas Print

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Allegorical representation of the Dutch Garden in which William III declares his love to the Dutch Virgin, 1672. An army of locusts flows from the Orange Tree; on the right, armed civilians flee, leaving behind large pockets filled with money. Several allegorical figures fly in the air. On the right is a rooster on a stick. Below the performance is a Dutch verse of two columns above the designation 'Het Haen-gekray'. The verse is a dialogue between Jan Provoost (or Proost) and Jan Ariaens. This print shows the continuation of the events as proposed in FMH nos. 2309 and 2310.

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