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Collection of the Smithsonian Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum

Print From Copper Plate, "Proof for textile: Don Quichote"

type: Print from Copper Plate

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The central scene depicts Don Quichote attacking a boar (Don Q. is oriented right to left with a pointed shield held in his left arm, Sancho Panza in the tree oriented from left to right); three other major scenes: to the left Dulcinea with Don Q. and S. P., on the right Don Q. with S.P. and two other "knights", above two ruined columns and urn with figure of Don Q., SP. and Dulcinea (?) and bridge; to left Don Q. and S.P. next to a rectangular fountain with putto , womand and child to left; lower left corner of sheet windmill and bridge, lower right, castle and boats.

Participants

Donor
Bridget Mahon

Department

Drawings, Prints, and Graphic Design