- Museum number
- Object: Emblema Hodierni rerum status in Belgica foederata
Allegory of the flourishing state of the United Provinces; a hunt with Prince Maurice riding on horseback and leading a procession of fellow riders comprising his generals; ahead is a horse laden with dead animals caught from the hunt; a ribbon is presented to a finely attired woman representing the federation of "Belgica" standing under the coats-of-arms of the various provinces and flanked by female attendants, personifications of art and science; floating overhead is a trumpeting Victory with a laurel wreath; in the foreground at left, a boy stands besides a man with a rifle on his shoulder and holds the collar of a large hunting dog. 1602
- Production date
Height: 430 millimetres
Width: 560 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For another impression see 1882,0812.468 and 1870,0625.706.
Literature: I.M. Veldman, 'Maurice as the Nimrod of his Age: Political Propaganda Prints by Jan Saenredam', in The Rijksmuseum Bulletin 58 (2010), pp. 129-137.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1987 Jan-May, Coventry, Herbert Art Gallery, 'The Blasted Oak'
- Acquisition date
- Prints and Drawings
- Registration number