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Romeyn de Hooghe etchings, 1667-ca.1700

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Finding aid for the Romeyn de Hooghe etchings, 1667-ca.1700
Series VI. Satire, 1667-[1690s?] 27 prints
Prints depicting satirical, political, and allegorical themes.
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1 DE DOOT Van het Eewigh Edict Geboren den 5 Augusti A: 1667.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., 1667: s.n. Pl. 24.5 x 35.1; Sh. 25 x 35.7. H 83. M 2524a. VS 2574. Allegory on the stadtholdership of William III. Parts numbered, without key. Former P.2.
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12** MISLUCKTE PAPEN KRYGH. en DE FRANSCHE VERHUYS-TYDT. Uyjtespeelt op de Roomsche Heijlige Dagen. Van kers- nacht tot Mey Dagh.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1672-1674]: s.n. Pl. 34 x 45.5; Sh. 63.5 x 46.6. LE 211. M 2521. VS 2595. Dutch win over the French, expelling Louis XIV from the Netherlands. Parts numbered, with key in 3 letterpress columns of Dutch text. 1 woodcut initial. Former L.211.
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2 De stervende BUBBEL-HEER in den schoot van Madame COMPAGNIE.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1672]: s.n. Pl. 26.5 x 18.5; Sh. 37.2 x 47. Satire against Louis XIV. With 2 letterpress columns of Dutch verse. Former P.9.
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1 De stervende BUBBEL-HEER in den schoot van Madame COMPAGNIE.
[Copyist after Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1672]: s.n. Pl. 26.9 x 18.6; Sh. 36.8 x 22.8. Satire against Louis XIV. Additional letterpress trimmed off at left. Former P.10.
1 [Satire on the Catholic Church and Louis XIV].
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1673?]: s.n. Pl. 23.2 x 35.1; Sh. 23.4 x 35.2. Possibly from suite Diverse figures satyriques que les Franc. ont faictes contre les Holl. en l'an 1673. Number 2 in ink top right. Former P.13.
1 [Anticurius van Loevestyn].
[School of Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1675]: s.n. Sh. 25.2 x 36.2. Satire against the Prince of Orange. Parts numbered, without key. Former P.7.
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2 HET ELENDIGE KERCK HOF.
[Romeyn De Hooghe?]. Amsterdam, 1677: s.n. Pl. 42 x 49.9; Sh. 43 x 50.9. M 2618a. Funeral of Johann Van de Velde, 1677. Parts numbered, without key. Former P.3.
2 L'Europe Allarmée pour le fils d'un Meunier.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1688]: s.n. Pl. 38.3 x 40.1; Sh. 58.6 x 44.8. Etching and engraving. LE 218. M 2760. VS 2746. Satire against James II after he fled from England. Parts numbered, with key in 3 letterpress columns of Dutch verse. Former L.218.
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1 Groothans met de Privilegie-soeker.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. Amsterdam, 1689: s.n. Pl. 17.8 x 26.6; Sh. 37 x 27. Satire against Han Bentinck, Vice-Stadhouder under William. With 3 letterpress columns of Dutch verse. M 2797. Former P.6.
1 Het beest van Babel is aan't vluchten; De Godsdienst heeft niet meer te duchten..
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1689]: Gisling Geneve [Romeyn De Hooghe]. Pl. 22.3 x 28.7; Sh. 40.5 x 30.2. Dutch Protestant lion chases out the Catholic beast of Babel. Parts numbered, with key in 2 letterpress columns of Dutch verse. 1 woodcut initial. M 2776. Former P.5.
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2 SIC ITUR AD ASTRA SCILICET.
William Loggan [Romeyn De Hooghe].Oxford, 1689: s.n. Pl. 31.6 x 42.1; Sh. 41.8 x 53.7. Etching and engraving. M 2765b. VS 3281. Satire against Father Petre, confessor of James II. Parts numbered, without key. Former P.4.
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3 L'Epiphane du Nouveau Antichrist. 1689.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., 1689: s.n. Pl. 38.4 x 40.3; Sh. 57.5 x 41.9. (with added strip 58.4 high). H 158. LE 217. M 2759a. VS 2768. Parts numbered and lettered, with key in 3 letterpress columns of Dutch verse and additional key. Extra strip added at bottom and right side. Former L.217.
3 DE VLUGT VAN 'T PAUSDOM UIT ENGELANT. LA REFLEXION DE MOMUS Sur le descampement de Mere Saincte, Eglize hors de la GRANDE BRETAGNE.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1689]: s.n. Pl 35.6 x 39.1; Sh. 58.2 x 51.9. LE 224. M 2772. VS 2796. Anti-Catholic satire against Louis XIV and James II. Parts numbered, with key in verse. 4 letterpress columns, 2 in Dutch and 2 in French. 2 woodcut initials. Former L.225.
3 Qualis vir Talis Oratio.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1689]: s.n. Pl. 37 x 39.3; Sh. 58 x 42. Etching and engraving. James II in bed spits out his faults. Parts numbered, with key in 3 letterpress columns in Dutch. LE 223. M 2767. VS 2750. Former L.223.
3 Les Monarches Tombants.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1689]: s.n. Pl. 37.4 x 40.2; Sh. 56.5 x 41.5. LE 220. M 2762. VS 2807. Satire against James II. Parts numbered, with key in 3 letterpress columns of Dutch verse. Probably 1689 re-issue of plate made in 1674. Former L.220.
3 Arlequin sur l Hippogryphe ala Croisade Lojoliste.// Armée van de Heylige Ligue voor der Jesuiten Monarchy.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1689]: s.n. Pl. 37.2 x 39.1; Sh. 58.4 x 41.9. H 156. LE 215. M 2756. VS 2805. Satire against James II, "Jesuit monarchy," and the army of the Holy League. Parts numbered, with key in Dutch and 4 letterpress columns of Dutch verse. Former L.215.
3 Eau trouble, Gain de Pescheur. Hoe hooger d'apen klimmen willen, hoe meer men siet haar naakte billen.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1689]: s.n. Pl. 37.7 x 39.5; Sh. 58.3 x 41.9. M 2758a. Satire against James II. Parts numbered, with key in 3 letterpress columns of Dutch verse. Former P.8.
3 La belle Constance dragonée par Arlequin deodat.
Gisling Geneve [Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1689]: Gisling Geneve [Romeyn De Hooghe]. Pl. 38.5 x 40.2; Sh. 58.5 x 42. H 157. L 216a. M 2757b. VS 2802. Satire against James II. With 2 letterpress columns of Dutch verse and 1 woodcut initial. French version of no. 54. Former L.216a.
3 'tGEDWONGE HUWELYK VAN DON QUICHOT DE LA FRANCE En SPAGNOLETTA INFANTE. Me-Jusser SPANJOLET veel dwangs leid en veel spots, Na 't Vryen, door den Trouw eens FRANSEN DON-QUICHOTS.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1689]: s.n Sh. 38.5 x 38. LE 216. M 2757a. Satire against James II. Same image as no.53. Former L.216b.
3 HET GROOTE STOOKHUIS Der PRINCEN dezes Tijds, in EUROPE.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1689]: s.n. Pl. 25 x 35.8; Sh. 58.1 x 41.9. H 161. LE 209 or LE 208/II or between. M 2770. VS 2578 and 2767. Satire against James II and his French Catholic allies. Parts numbered, with key in 2 letterpress columns of Dutch verse. Former L.209.
3 Wie boven zynen staet, verwaent zich durf verheffen, En Steeken overdwaas den Hemel naar zyn Kroon. Verdient, ten Spiegel van verwaenden aaert, ten toon Te Staen op een Schavot, en ramp op ramp te treffen.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1689]: s.n. Pl. 37.6 height; Sh. 51.1 x 39.3. Satire against James II appealing to Louis XIV for help. Parts numbered, without key. LE 225. M 2773. Former L.225.
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1 Vette Koe van Faräo gy moet weeten. Dat gy van de magere kunt werden gegeeten.
Marlais [Romeyn De Hooghe]. Amsterdam, [1690]. Coppen Heerschops. Pl. 17.8 x 26.8; Sh. 39.8 x 29.5. Allegory on the discord between Amsterdam and William III. Title above letterpress text: FABEL van de Koeyen, de HERDER, en de WOLF. M 2668. Former L.212.
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3 Mardi Gras de Cocq a L'Ane.// FRANSE KAEL-ENDER, Beginnende vander Onnoosele Kinderen-tag 1689. tot de Borgers Goe-Vrydag Ao. 1690.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. Antwerp, 1690: Cornelis Woons. Pl. 38.6 x 39.8; Sh. 56 x 40.9. Satire on the strife between Amsterdam and William. Parts numbered, with key in 3 letterpress columns of Dutch verse. H 164. LE 227. M 2793. VS 2825. Former L.227.
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1 Pantagruel Agonisant.
Guindeau and J. Marlais [Romeyn De Hooghe]. London, [1690]: s.n. Louis XIV learns that William III did not die in battle. Parts numbered, without key. LE 228 (without verses). Former L.228.
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3 Exuet indignum Christ, Plebecula luctum, DAT IS God sal het Erfdeel van sign Soon verlossing geven.
S. F. s.l., 1692: s.n. Pl. 30.9 x 39.6; Sh. 57.8 x 43.6. Etching with watercolor, gouache, and metallic paint. M 2882a. Victory of the combined European forces against Louis XIV. Title above image: Vrance Courriers. Parts numbered, with key in Dutch. 2 letterpress columns of Dutch verse. Former P.11.
3 Paye qui Tombe. Die eerst valt betaelt de Speelman, die saest, de Kosten.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. s.l., [1690s?]: s.n. First state. Pl. 38.7 x 41.1; Sh. 58.1 x 42. James II falls off tightrope while Louis XIV enters and William III watches. H 160. LE 222i. M 2766a. VS 2815. Title above text: TROUPE VAN ROYALE KOOR DE DANSSERS, onderhounden by 't Hof van Vrankrijk. Parts numbered, with key in 4 letterpress columns of Dutch verse. Former L.222.
3 Paye qui Tombe. Die eerst valt betaelt de Speelman, die saest, de Kosten.
[Romeyn De Hooghe]. Amsterdam, [1690s?]: J. Van Egmont. Second state. Pl. 38.6 x 41.3; Sh. 57.1 x 44.4. Title above text: TROUPE VAN ROYALE KOOR DE DENSSERS, onder hounden by 't Hof van Vrankrijk. Parts numbered, with key in Dutch, English, and French letterpress. H 160. LE 222i. M 2766b. VS 3658. Former L.222.


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