Jean Baptiste Van Loo (1684-1745) after Karel Breydel (1678-1733) )
Prints. J.B. van Loo, after K. Breydel, Village pillé par les Pandoures Hongrois; Les soldats en bonne humeur.
Two etchings mounted on a large cardboard sheet:
A village plundered by the Hungarian Pandoures; the residents of the village are being killed and left on the street.
Signed below: “Breydel pinx. / J Vanloo Sculp.” Titled: “LE VILLAGE PILLE PAR LES PANDOURES HONGROIS.” and six lines of text in French.
Soldiers passing time within the village, dancing and playing around.
Signed below: “Breydel pinx. / J Vanloo Sculp.” Titled: “LES SOLDATS EN BONNE HUMEUR.” and six lines of text in French.
Etchings on paper, mounted on folded piece of cardboard with some inscription in pencil; prints ca. 295 x 399 mm; etchings trimmed within plate mark; in very good condition.