Allegory on the conquest of the citadel in Antwerp, 1577, Jacob de Gheyn (I), 1577 Canvas Print

Allegory on the conquest of the citadel in Antwerp, 1577, Jacob de Gheyn (I), 1577 Canvas Print

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Allegory on the conquest of the citadel in Antwerp, 1 August 1577. The grieving city maiden of Antwerp is comforted by Trouw (Fiducia), Love (Charitas) and Truth (Veritas). In the clouds God and the angels of Atonement (Pacificatio) and Revenge (Vindicta). In the background on the left the citadel is captured by the German troops, on the right the German armies in Antwerp flee from the ships of the Prince of Orange. At the bottom 3 cartouches with texts in Latin, Dutch and French.

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