Allegory at the wedding of Prince William IV and Anna of Hanover, 1734, Matthijs Pool, 1710 - 1734 Canvas Print

Allegory at the wedding of Prince William IV and Anna of Hanover, 1734, Matthijs Pool, 1710 - 1734 Canvas Print

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Allegory of the marriage of Prince William IV and Anna of Hanover and the inhaling at Leeuwarden on 11 May 1734. Centrally the prince and princess of Orange with the personifications of Wisdom, Prudence and Religion, Hercules strikes Deceit, Slander and Envy in the abyss. On the right, the Vigilance spreads a rug on which the military victories of the prince are depicted, including the Dutch Lion and the provincial maiden of Friesland. On the left an entry through a triumphal gate of the Dutch Virgin (or Freedom), in the background the Parnassus with Apollo, Pegasus and the Muses. In the clouds the Fame, the All-Seeing Eye and the Honor.

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