The Threatened Swan, Jan Asselijn, 1650
Translated from Rijksmuseum: The endangered swan. A swan defends her nest with eggs against a dog. The performance has been given a political allegorical interpretation because the swan is referred to as Grand Pensionary Johan de Witt, who protects Holland against the enemy.
This is an unframed art print on museum-quality paper.
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- 200 gsm / 80 lb matte (uncoated) paper.
- For indoor use.
- Unframed print is shipped ready for you to frame.
- Printed and shipped to order.