Jean II, in armour, is seized by two English soldiers; he looks at Edward the Black Prince, who stands on a chariot; at left, the future Charles V supports the grieving figure of France, and a female figure holds out Guyana to Edward in exchange for the King's freedom; at right, two female figures, a unicorn and a leopard; in ornate border, with portrait of Jean II in circular medallion; illustration, page 260, for Hénault's 'Nouvel Abrégé chronologique de l'histoire de France' (Paris: Prault, 1768). 1769/1772 Etching and engraving
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