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PRINT

Title

The Life of William III

Object Name

Engraving

Maker

Adr. Schoonbeck (Primary maker)
Adr. Schoonbeck (maker)

Date Made

17th century
17th century

Place Made

Netherlands: Amsterdam
Amsterdam

Description

Full page Williamite print showing an army fighting across a river, with forces retreating before them. The inscription in French refers to King William crossing the River Boyne on the 11th July [1690]. King William may be depicted as the regally-dressed central figure leading the charge, wading thigh deep in water and leading his horse. The print is numbered '5' in pencil and is bound in a book containing 95 engravings depicting the life of William III.

Materials

paper

Place Collected

Northern Ireland: County Antrim: Belfast
Belfast

Catalogue Number

BELUM.W2012.709.62

Copyright

National Museums NI