Triumphal Arch with Ferdinand of Austria and Dutch Virgin with Allegorical Figures, Schelte Adamsz. Bolswert, 1635 Canvas Print

Triumphal Arch with Ferdinand of Austria and Dutch Virgin with Allegorical Figures, Schelte Adamsz. Bolswert, 1635 Canvas Print

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Triumphal arch of monumental architecture with allegory on Spanish rule and the Southern Netherlands. Cardinal Ferdinand of Austria, the cardinal-infant, is taken by Minerva by the hand and surrounded by, among others, the goddesses of Peace and Abundance. A soldier as personification of War holds the Dutch Virgin captive. A man with two faces as a personification of Deception threatens the Virgin with a dagger hidden behind an olive branch. In a cartouche under a weapon on top of the architecture there is a motto: in spes inclinata recumbit. In honor of Ferdinand's entry into Antwerp, 17 April 1635.

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