Jacques Callot (1592-1635), Lubilatio Trumphi Virginis Deipara e Sub Urbano VIII P. P. Max (Triumph of the V
Jacques Callot (1592-1635)
Lubilatio Trumphi Virginis Deipara e Sub Urbano VIII P. P. Max (Triumph of the Virgin)
Published: 1625, Nancy, France, by Israel Silvestre (1621-1691). First State
Sheet size: 22 1/16 x 14 ¼”
Thesis: the triumph of the Virgin; allegorical figures holding inscribed shields in the lesser part, surrounding an armed woman trampling a dragon; in the centre, the Virgin on a carriage, wearing a triple crown, holding a lily and a sphere, surrounded by figures playing music, with groups of the damned on each side; fortified cities and ships in the background; cherubs, allegorical figures, inscribed banderoles and shining heart in the sky; coat of arms at the bottom.
Published, Israel Silvestre, Nancy, 1625, Etching, 1st state. Paper size 22 1/16 x 14 1/4”, Print is tipped down at top corners onto card. Frontispiece of the Theology of Franciscan monks Andre de l’Auge and Eitienne Didelot, May 1625. Includes a dedication to Pope Urban VII on the upper margin and a dedication to Charles IV and Nicole of Lorraine within the lower inscription.
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