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Het melkkoetje; satire op het uitbuiten der Nederlanden door de prins van Oranje Rijksmuseum SK-A-2684
 

 

 

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Title Het melkkoetje: satire op het uitbuiten der Nederlanden door de prins van Oranje wikidata:Q17330448
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Nederlands: Het melkkoetje, satirische voorstelling over de politieke positie van de Nederlanden, wellicht naar een onbekende Engelse prent. De Nederlanden gesymboliseerd door een koe wordt bereden door Philips II, koning van Spanje. Elisabeth I, koningin van Engeland geeft de koe eten en drinken. Willem I, prins van Oranje, ligt onder de koe en drinkt uit de uier terwijl de hertog van Anjou de staart van de koe mag vasthouden en op zijn hand gescheten wordt. Op de achtergrond kijkt een groepje edelen toe.
Date between 1633 and 1639
Medium oil on panel
Dimensions Height: 52 cm (20.5 in) Width: 67 cm (26.4 in) lijst Height: 69.7 cm (27.4 in) lijst Width: 84 cm (33.1 in) lijst Dikte: 7.5 cm (3 in)
Accession number SK-A-2684
Place of creation Antwerpen; Engeland
Object history Acquisition: 1913-07-01
Exhibition history 1988-1988, Armada 1588-1988, Londen
References James Tanis, 'The Tale of a Cow', in: The Low Countries. Art and Society in Flanders and the Netherlands. A Yearbook. 1996-97, Rekkem (Ons Erfdeel) 1996, p. 152-162.Documentatiemap Schilderijen.
Source/Photographer http://www.rijksmuseum.nl/collectie/SK-A-2684
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