Don Quichotte est servi par les demoiselles de la Duchesse.Tom.3. Chap.31.
Se vend a Paris chez Surugue au bas de la Montagne Ste. Genevieve avec Privilege du Roi.
Engraving, 330 x 345mm. 13 x 13½".
Elegant interior, with young women dressing Don Quijote with sash and cloak while at left, Sancho Panza bows before two women, with his hat to his chest. From a series of prints after Charles Coypel (1694 - 1752) illustrating Miguel de Cervantes's 'Don Quijote de la Mancha'. The gentleman, Don Quijote (representing idealism), and his companion, the peasant, Sancho Panza (representing realism), embark on a series of adventures together. Published in Paris by Louis Surugue (c.1686 - 1762).
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