Sinte Aelwaer, Cornelis Anthonisz., c. 1546 - c. 1599 Canvas Print

Sinte Aelwaer, Cornelis Anthonisz., c. 1546 - c. 1599 Canvas Print

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Satire on the contentiousness. The made-up sham saint Sinte Aelwaer as patroness of the quarrelsome people. Woman with halo around her head, riding a donkey (stubbornness), with three animals as attributes. In the right hand she holds a cat (cunning), under the left arm a pig (laziness, malice) and on her head there is a magpie (lying and back flip). On her shoulder is a rat, which may also refer to back flip or death, which a sin like contention ultimately leads to. Left and below the performance text in Dutch. The corresponding poem is missing from this printout.

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