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- Series: Theatrum Artis Pictoriae
Plate 5: Peasants' Sorrow; a village being plundered with peasants pleading with the bandits in foreground, some of them with their hands tied to a horse, the bandit leader seated on a chair at centre with a young woman on his lap and drinking, a cart loaded wiht plundered goods at left, a church on fire in left background; within decorative frame; after David Ryckaert; from a series of reproductions of the Imperial Gallery of Paintings in Vienna. 1728
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Height: 251 millimetres (frame)
Height: 161 millimetres (image)
Width: 221 millimetres
Width: 311 millimetres
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- For comment on the series see 1850,1021.84.+.
After the 1649 painting by David Ryckaert in the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, inv.no.733; a pair to 'Peasants' Joy' see 1850,1021.90.
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