De Britse pis en pas afsnijdster, 1713, Bernard Picart (possibly), 1713 Canvas Print

De Britse pis en pas afsnijdster, 1713, Bernard Picart (possibly), 1713 Canvas Print

Psyche holds a burning lamp above the naked sleeping Amor, she also holds a knife in her hand. The caption compares Queen Anna to Psyche in the performance and the title refers to the accusation that she is making peace to thwart the heir. The performance used in connection with the Treaty of Utrecht, 1713. Numbered bottom right: 6b. In the record 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 published under the collective title 't Lust-Hof van Momus with the bundled series of cartoons during the years 1701-1713 of the Spanish War of Succession.

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