The Cleves of Saint George, 1615, Claes Jansz. Visscher (II) (attributed to), 1615 Canvas Print

The Cleves of Saint George, 1615, Claes Jansz. Visscher (II) (attributed to), 1615 Canvas Print

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Political allegory at battle between Prince Maurits and Spinola in the Gulik-Kleve question, 1615. Maurits as Saint George fights on horseback against a seven-headed dragon ridden by Spinola. On the heads headgear of pope, bishop, cardinal etc. On the left the virgin with lamb, decorated with weapons of Cleves, Gulik and Mark, among others. On the right, Catholics build a tower of Babel on the banks of the Rhine. In the background the cities Of Cleves and Cologne. With caption of 4 columns in Dutch.

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