"Quo fas et fata nos vocant"  English: Where divine Law and Fate challenge us!  Copper etching by Pierre Philippe (born? - 1664)  After Adriaen Pietrsz van de Venne (1589-1662)  The scene shows the embarkment of King Charles II of Great Britain as he arrives with great pomp at the port for sailing from Schevneningen in the Netherlands back to England. A large crowd greeting him.  The sky full of putti and, upper left side, coat of arms "Order of the Garter": Honi soit qui mal y pense. Shame on him who think

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"Quo fas et fata nos vocant"

English: Where divine Law and Fate challenge us!

Copper etching by Pierre Philippe (born? - 1664)

After Adriaen Pietrsz van de Venne (1589-1662)

The scene shows the embarkment of Charles II, King of England, Scotland, and Ireland as he arrives with great pomp at the port for sailing from Schevneningen in the Netherlands back to England. A large crowd greeting him.  The sky full of putti and, upper left side, coat of arms "Order of the Garter": Honi soit qui mal y pense. Shame on him who thinks evil of it.

Masterly copper etching.

Published as one of a set o six different prints "Journal of the voyage of King Charles II. of great Britain"

The Hague, dated 1660

Original antique print 

Narrow margins.Upper margin with stains not reaching into image. Vertical centerfold.

30 x 38 cm (ca. 11.8 x 15")

 


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