Frederik Hendrik drives in triumphal car into The Hague, 1629, anonymous, 1707 - 1709 Canvas Print

Frederik Hendrik drives in triumphal car into The Hague, 1629, anonymous, 1707 - 1709 Canvas Print

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Allegorical triumphant entry of Frederik Hendrik through a triumphal gate in The Hague. Allegory in honour of the conquests of Den Bosch and Wesel by Frederik Hendrik in 1629. Triumph procession with the victory-crowned stadholder with the freedom lance standing in a chariot, the horses accompanied by the virtues of Justice (Justice), Strength (Fortitudo) and Prudence (Prudentia). In the air the Fame and the Nassausche Heldenhemel with William of Orange, Maurits, the German emperor, the French King Henry IV and Johan van Oldenbarnevelt. In the background the Binnenhof and the Hofvijver. The print includes a text sheet.

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