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Set of 12 cartoon etchings by Carel Allard on the Roman Catholic Church in Rome from 1706. Roma Pe

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Set of 12 cartoon etchings by Carel Allard on the Roman Catholic Church in Rome from 1706. Roma Pertubata / 't Lusthof van Momus / Description: Set of 12 cartoon etchings by Carel Allard on the Roman Catholic Church in Rome from 1706. Roma Pertubata / 't Lusthof van Momus. Edition without plate 13 from Romeyn de Hooghe, a different style as the others. Each etching was published by Carel Allard in Amsterdam ca 1705, but has a different imaginary address engraved below. (source Rijksprentenkabinet Amsterdam:) Title page, 1 First etching of 3 medals with double heads of the pope with the devil and the cardinal with a jester. In the middle a medal of Petrus Codde with an allegorical representation in which the Dutch Lion with God's help protects the Lamb against the thunderbolts from the Vatican. References:, FMH 3410-1, Atlas of Stolk 3266. 2.Second etching a grotesque portrait of Pope Clement XI, 1705. Head of the Pope in the manner of Arcimboldo made up of all kinds of objects related to the Catholic Church. After a print of Tobias Stimmer. References: FMH 3410-2, Atlas of Stolk 3267. 3.Third etching of a The Dutch Knight Riding the Dutch Lion Chases the Seven-Headed Beast from Babylon on which Theodorus de Cock sits, 1705. In the background, Petrus Codde is welcomed on his return to the Republic. References; FMH 3410-3, Atlas of Stolk 3268. 4, Fourth etching of a symbolic portrait of Theodorus de Cock as a rooster losing its feathers, 1705. The rooster only contours with the space filled in with text. References: FMH 3410-4, Atlas of Stolk 3269. 5. Fifth etching of Petrus Codde, with the help of the Republic, shakes a great sieve held by the hand of God from which monks fall and into which Jansenists remain, 1705. References: FMH 3410-5, Atlas of Stolk 3270., 6,Sixth etching of Petrus Codde Takes the Narrow Road to Heaven and Theodorus de Cock the Broad Road to Hell, 1705. The Pope and the Devil send the walkers on the broad road into Purgatory. References: FMH 3410-6, Atlas of Stolk 3272. 7Seventh etching of the forging of heads, 1705. In a smithy, Theodorus de Cock's head is worked with sledgehammers by three smiths, including Petrus Codde (the Coddige Blacksmith), in such a way that a rooster emerges from the head. On the grounds heads of the Pope and of a Jesuit; References: FMH 3410-7, Atlas of Stolk 3273. 8 Eight etching of a scale in the hand of God, the book of Jansenius, the Bible and the Dutch lion are weighed against a Jesuit with Mass book and the symbols of the Pope. Although a Friar Minor hangs on the scale, it sways to the side of Jansenism. This includes Petrus Codde as Archbishop of Utrecht. Above right the seven hills of Rome struck by the seven arrows of the Republic. References: FMH 3410-8, Atlas of Stolk 3274. 9. Ninth etching: In a workshop, tongues that are thick and black from lying and slander are sharpened. On the right, a basket of tongues is tipped over. On an anvil in front a papantong struck by the seven arrows of the Republic. References: FMH 3410-9, Atlas of Stolk 3275. 10,Tenth etching of The Roman Wheel of Adventure, 1705. Theodorus de Cock lying on the ground sees above him a wheel of adventure with Petrus Codde, the Jesuit, the Pope, the Jansenist and others. Below the verse mention is made of the death of the vicar Gerardus Potcamp in Leiden on December 16, 1705. References: FMH 3410-10, Atlas of Stolk 3276. 11, Eleventh etching of Coddig Night Face, 1705. Petrus Codde kills as Apollo the Python, here referred to as the Babel's Beast. On the right, an eagle (the Dutch phoenix) throws a rooster with a dragon's tail (Theodorus de Cock) into purgatory. References: FMH 3410-11, Atlas of Stolk 3279. 12. Twelfth etching of The Roman Church Visitor, 1705. Pope Clement XI riding a horse on the back of a Jesuit. On the right a flying monster half rooster half dragon (Theodorus de Cock); References: FMH 3410-12, Atlas of Stolk 3280. In the series of 13 sheets with cartoons on the Jesuits entitled Roma Pertubata. All in very good condition, only sheet 7 a restored tear. all 12 born together, printed on a same laid paper with margins. / Dimensions: paper size 30,7 cm x 19,8 cm / Condition: All in very good condition, only sheet 7 a restored tear. all 12 born together, printed on the same kind of thin laid paper, with large margins. Good dark early impressions of these rare etchings. / Literature: see description / Medium: etchings /Circa: 1706
Set of 12 cartoon etchings by Carel Allard on the Roman Catholic Church in Rome from 1706. Roma Pertubata / 't Lusthof van Momus / Description: Set of 12 cartoon etchings by Carel Allard on the Roman Catholic Church in Rome from 1706. Roma Pertubata / 't Lusthof van Momus. Edition without plate 13 from Romeyn de Hooghe, a different style as the others. Each etching was published by Carel Allard in Amsterdam ca 1705, but has a different imaginary address engraved below. (source Rijksprentenkabinet Amsterdam:) Title page, 1 First etching of 3 medals with double heads of the pope with the devil and the cardinal with a jester. In the middle a medal of Petrus Codde with an allegorical representation in which the Dutch Lion with God's help protects the Lamb against the thunderbolts from the Vatican. References:, FMH 3410-1, Atlas of Stolk 3266. 2.Second etching a grotesque portrait of Pope Clement XI, 1705. Head of the Pope in the manner of Arcimboldo made up of all kinds of objects related to the Catholic Church. After a print of Tobias Stimmer. References: FMH 3410-2, Atlas of Stolk 3267. 3.Third etching of a The Dutch Knight Riding the Dutch Lion Chases the Seven-Headed Beast from Babylon on which Theodorus de Cock sits, 1705. In the background, Petrus Codde is welcomed on his return to the Republic. References; FMH 3410-3, Atlas of Stolk 3268. 4, Fourth etching of a symbolic portrait of Theodorus de Cock as a rooster losing its feathers, 1705. The rooster only contours with the space filled in with text. References: FMH 3410-4, Atlas of Stolk 3269. 5. Fifth etching of Petrus Codde, with the help of the Republic, shakes a great sieve held by the hand of God from which monks fall and into which Jansenists remain, 1705. References: FMH 3410-5, Atlas of Stolk 3270., 6,Sixth etching of Petrus Codde Takes the Narrow Road to Heaven and Theodorus de Cock the Broad Road to Hell, 1705. The Pope and the Devil send the walkers on the broad road into Purgatory. References: FMH 3410-6, Atlas of Stolk 3272. 7Seventh etching of the forging of heads, 1705. In a smithy, Theodorus de Cock's head is worked with sledgehammers by three smiths, including Petrus Codde (the Coddige Blacksmith), in such a way that a rooster emerges from the head. On the grounds heads of the Pope and of a Jesuit; References: FMH 3410-7, Atlas of Stolk 3273. 8 Eight etching of a scale in the hand of God, the book of Jansenius, the Bible and the Dutch lion are weighed against a Jesuit with Mass book and the symbols of the Pope. Although a Friar Minor hangs on the scale, it sways to the side of Jansenism. This includes Petrus Codde as Archbishop of Utrecht. Above right the seven hills of Rome struck by the seven arrows of the Republic. References: FMH 3410-8, Atlas of Stolk 3274. 9. Ninth etching: In a workshop, tongues that are thick and black from lying and slander are sharpened. On the right, a basket of tongues is tipped over. On an anvil in front a papantong struck by the seven arrows of the Republic. References: FMH 3410-9, Atlas of Stolk 3275. 10,Tenth etching of The Roman Wheel of Adventure, 1705. Theodorus de Cock lying on the ground sees above him a wheel of adventure with Petrus Codde, the Jesuit, the Pope, the Jansenist and others. Below the verse mention is made of the death of the vicar Gerardus Potcamp in Leiden on December 16, 1705. References: FMH 3410-10, Atlas of Stolk 3276. 11, Eleventh etching of Coddig Night Face, 1705. Petrus Codde kills as Apollo the Python, here referred to as the Babel's Beast. On the right, an eagle (the Dutch phoenix) throws a rooster with a dragon's tail (Theodorus de Cock) into purgatory. References: FMH 3410-11, Atlas of Stolk 3279. 12. Twelfth etching of The Roman Church Visitor, 1705. Pope Clement XI riding a horse on the back of a Jesuit. On the right a flying monster half rooster half dragon (Theodorus de Cock); References: FMH 3410-12, Atlas of Stolk 3280. In the series of 13 sheets with cartoons on the Jesuits entitled Roma Pertubata. All in very good condition, only sheet 7 a restored tear. all 12 born together, printed on a same laid paper with margins. / Dimensions: paper size 30,7 cm x 19,8 cm / Condition: All in very good condition, only sheet 7 a restored tear. all 12 born together, printed on the same kind of thin laid paper, with large margins. Good dark early impressions of these rare etchings. / Literature: see description / Medium: etchings /Circa: 1706

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