Lenten Tuesday wreath of joy and play, 1720, anonymous, 1720 Canvas Print

Lenten Tuesday wreath of joy and play, 1720, anonymous, 1720 Canvas Print

Fast Tuesday wreath of joy and play. Central performance in which Cupid Pan (or Marsyas) learns to play the flute, in the background a naked nymph. Here the performance should be interpreted as John Law who has taken off his mask and as the god of the wind trade is advised by the good spirit to abandon the wind trade. The nymph must then introduce Mrs. Law. In a separately printed frame with dwarves, musical instruments and food items that refer to Lenten Tuesday. With different verses. Print in the bound fourth edition (304 B 12) of Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid with cartoons on the Windhandel of Actiehandel of 1720.

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