Allegory of the Treaty of Utrecht, 1713, Abraham Allard (attributed to), 1713 Canvas Print

Allegory of the Treaty of Utrecht, 1713, Abraham Allard (attributed to), 1713 Canvas Print

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Allegory on the Treaty of Utrecht, 1713. A naked female figure sitting on a monument with two heads, male and female. Refers to the role of the English Queen Anne in the peace process. In the plate inscriptions and verses in Dutch and French. Part of a group of 28 new and old plates adapted to illustrate the Treaty of Utrecht in 1713. Part of the print work published under the collective title 't Lust-Hof van Momus with the bundled series of cartoons during the years 1701-1713 of the War of the Spanish Succession.

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