Triumphal arrival of Vespasiano in Rome. Beautiful and wide copper engraving in 7 tables of about 1660. Measurement of the engraved part 19.5 x 258 cm. Describes the triumphal entry of Vespasian to Rome after the conquest of Jerusalem. Behind the Emperor Vespasian, the son Tito is recognizable who participated in the conquest. On the left the allegory of the Tiber river, the Capitoline Wolf, the Pyramid and other symbolic figures. The print is very special, it develops in oblong and should reproduce a bas-relief of Artus Quellinus, of which, however, we have not found any news, it could therefore be only a draft. Exemplary in good condition, printed on laid paper without watermark. Engraved by Hubertus Quellinus (Antwerp, 15 August 1619 - Antwerp, 1687) was a Belgian engraver and artist.
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