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  • Engraved by Charles Nicholas Cochin, French. After Jacques de la Joue
    Made in Paris
  • Plate: 12 x 14.75 in.
    Engraving on laid paper
  • Not on display
  • Gift of Fisher Scientific International
  • Fisher Collection
  • FA 2000.001.218
  • No known copyright restrictions


The Duke of Picquigny commissioned Charles Nicholas Cochin to engrave a series of allegories after paintings of Jacques de la Joue. This allegorical rendering includes angels, a bearded man, young children, an hourglass, a sword, and a shining temple in the background.


Tiré du cabinet de Monseigneur le Duc de Picquigny.
Se vend à Paris ches la veuve de François Chereau graveur du Roy, rue St. Jacques aux deux Piliers d'Or.
One of a set of four allegorical engravings by C.N. Cochin after J. de la Joue.

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