Frederik Hendrik enters The Hague in triumphal chariot, 1629, anonymous, 1721 Canvas Print

Frederik Hendrik enters The Hague in triumphal chariot, 1629, anonymous, 1721 Canvas Print

Allegorical triumphant entry of Frederik Hendrik through a triumphal gate in The Hague. Allegory in honor of the conquests of Den Bosch and Wesel by Frederick Henry in 1629. Triumphal procession with the stadholder crowned by Victory with the lance of freedom standing in a chariot, the horses accompanied by the virtues justice (Justitia), Power (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. On a sheet with a verse in 3 columns by Vondel. Because of the so-called cloak of Frederik Hendrik included in the second edition of Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid. Belongs to the group of printed pieces added to the series Tafereel der Dwaasheid with cartoons on the Windhandel or Actiehandel of 1720.

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