The Phoenix or The Statue Overthrown; allegory with a phoenix rising in glory on a pedestal at centre, flanked by trumpeting putti, a fallen statue of a nude male figure at the foot of the pedestal, a crowd looking on below the pedestal, houses and trees beyond. 1658 Etching and drypoint

An00059692 001 l

Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
print
School
Dutch
Subject
allegory/personification, phoenix
Techniques
drypoint, etching

People

Acquired From
Sloane, Hans to The British Museum
Printmaker
Rembrandt

Place

In Gallery
D+F XVIIc Mounted Roy

Time

Acquired In
1753
Made
1658

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