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Адриан ван де Велде: Fishing for Souls. мифология
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МузеиРейксмюсеум, АмстердамКартины
Автоперевод названия: “Промысел Souls”
Adriaen van de Velde
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The soul fisheries allegory on the jealousy of the different religions during the Twelve Years' Truce (1609-1621) between the Dutch Republic and Spain. In a river landscape are large groups of people on both banks of the river, the water there are a few rowboats. a rainbow on the horizon. On the left side of the Protestants and their supporters, the Princes of Orange, Maurice and Frederick Henry, Frederick V, James I, King of England and the young Louis XIII, King of France with his mother Maria de 'Medici. The boat in the foreground are the Protestant fishermen, their nets are marked with Fides, Spes and Charity. On the right side are the Catholics and their supporters: the Archduke Albert and Isabella, General Ambrosio Spinola and the pope worn by cardinals. The fishing boat Catholic priests headed by a bishop.
Support medium: H 98.5 cm x 187.8 cm w * sight sizedagmaat: h 97 cm w × 186.7 cm * Frame list: h 121.1 cm x W 211 cm
Артикул: 271072
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