Hendrik Roosing (1763-1826), Cornelis Bakker (1771-1849) after August Christian Hauck (1742-1801)

Print. H. Roosing, C. Bakker after A.C. Hauck, ONDEELBAARHEID.

Allegory of the Indivisibility, 1795. Freedom and Abundance standing next to an altar displayed at the center. Their unity is disturbed by Deception, Discord and Envy, but are protected by flying putti. In the middle of the sky the All Seeing Eye, in the foreground two river gods. The print was originally accompanied by an explanation sheet.

Signed and titled at bottom: “A. C. Hauck inv. C Bakker Del. / uit gegeven by J. Groenewoud te Rotterdam. / Hend.k Roosing Sculp. // ONDEELBAARHEID.” Marked as “Proefdruk.”

Etching and engraving on paper, trimmed to plate mark; total: 327 x 374 mm; some light foxing, traces of previous mounting on verso. Muller 5377a/2.

Incl. BTW  96,80

Excl. BTW  80,00

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