Tytel-print der actie-kraam of voor-hof van Quinquenpoix.
Etching on two plates. 380 x 225mm (15 x 9").
'Title print of the stockshop or court of Quinquempoix', a satire on the Mississippi Bubble. John Law kneels before a female figure, within a separately-printed wreath-like border featuring vignettes including an American Indian and an alligator. Under the wreath are Mercury and Neptune reclining, with a small image of a man sitting at a table counting money between them. Published in 'Het Groote Tafereel der Dwaasheid' (The Picture of Stupidity), a collection of satires on financial bubbles.
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