Emblematic portrait of Philip IV of Spain; seated on a throne, backed by his coat of arms, his son and heir, later Charles II, at his knee, beneath a canopy over which two angels hold a cartouche inscribed (in reverse) "Vota Publica" and with further inscriptions, to right a female figure with a winged putto nearby, offering a sacrifice on an altar encircled by a serpent, with emblematic figures and a lion. c.1665 Brush drawing in grey-brown wash, heightened with white, over graphite, indented for transfer, on buff paper

An00014061 001 l

Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
drawing
School
Flemish
Subject
heraldry
Techniques
drawn

Place

In Gallery
Flemish Imp XVIIc

Time

Acquired In
1910
Made
1665

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