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Artist
P. de la Serre
Author

Author: P. de la Serre

Publisher: Jean Raworth
Title
COMME. S.A. MONSIEUR LE PRINCE DORANGE VINT AV DEVANT DE LA REYNE. AVX APROCHE DE BOISLEDVC.
Object type
Nederlands: Prent
English: Print
Description
Nederlands: Op deze prent zien we een ontmoeting van Frederik Hendrik met Maria de Medicis, de weduwe van de Franse Koning Hendrik IV

voor de stad 's-Hertogenbosch na de verovering van die stad in 1629. De afbeelding behoort tot een serie van 12 prenten met intochten van Maria de Medicis in verschillende Noord-Nederlandse

steden. De prenten werden in 1639 in London gepubliceerd in een boek van P. de la Serre.
English: This print shows the meeting of Frederik Hendrik and Maria de Medicis, widow of the French king Hendrik IV, before the city

of 's-Hertogenbosch after its conquest in 1629. The print is one of a series of 12 prints about the entry of Maria de Medicis in several North-Netherlands cities. The prints were published in

London in 1639 in a book by P. de la Serre.
Medium
Nederlands: Kopergravure
Dimensions 29 x 70 cm
institution QS:P195,Q23308
Place of creation Londen
Notes C9E10 012_05X
Related persons Serre, P. de la - Raworth, Jean - Maria de Medicis - Frederick Henry, Prince of Orange
Depicted locations Netherlands - 's-Hertogenbosch
Source/Photographer

Source page at the Geheugen van Nederland / Memory of the Netherlands website

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Catalogue entry: Maps C.9.e.10.


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