Il faut danser, [1797?]
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Following the treaty of Leoben between Napoleon and Austria, the last doge of Venice was deposed on May 12, 1797, and Venice was later handed over to Austria.
Commedia dell'arte figures dance around a pole topped by a liberty cap in the presence of French soldiers. A winged lion, the attribute of St. Mark and Venice, has fallen on his back.
1 print : soft-ground etching, engraving, red-brown ink ; sheet 30.4 x 37.7 cm.
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- France Paris
- Prints--France--18th century.Soft-ground etchings--France--18th century.Engravings--France--18th century.Allegories--France--18th century.
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