Allegory on the engagement of Henriette Catharina, princess of Orange-Nassau and Enno Lodewijk, Count of East Frisia, 1641, anonymous, 1641 Canvas Print

Allegory on the engagement of Henriette Catharina, princess of Orange-Nassau and Enno Lodewijk, Count of East Frisia, 1641, anonymous, 1641 Canvas Print

Allegory of the betrothal of Henriette Catharina, princess of Orange-Nassau (youngest daughter of Frederick Henry) and Enno Lodewijk, Count of East Frisia, 2 December 1641. The couple is represented as shepherds, in the background the castle at Aurich. Above both portrayed, putti fly with the family coat of arms. In the caption 4 verses of 4 lines in Dutch.

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