An allegorical composition, possibly employed to decorate a frontispiece with a standing allegory of Liberty at center, holding a shield inscribed with: “LIBERTAS”. Behind her a soldier in armour holding a sword, chasing two unidentified allegories. In the left foreground two figures conversing, on the right two putti. On the background the square of an unidentified city.
Signed at bottom: “Rein.r Vinkeles inv. et fecit.”
Etching on paper with wide margins; plate mark: 182 x 105 mm, total: 376 x 265 mm; despite some light foxing on the most external margins, in great condition; nicely contrasted impression.