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Illustration of the visit of Catherine of Braganza to Lisbon, in 1662, shown in two views; at top a royal procession outside the Lisbon Palace, with Queen Catherine seated in the same carriage as her brother, King Alfonso of Portugal; below the procession boarding small boats from a gallery pier, leading off from the embankment next to the palace, towards the English fleet moored offshore. 1662
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Height: 312 millimetres
Width: 384 millimetres (trimmed)
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- These two scenes are copied from a series of seven festival prints made by Dirk Stoop to illustrate Catherine of Braganza's voyage from Portugal to England for her marriage to Charles II in 1662.
The scenes are the second and third from the series, showing the procession in front of the Royal Palace in Lisbon and Catherine's embarkation upon the English fleet. Originally made as individual prints, in this version two sequential espisodes are presented upon a single sheet. The Portuguese and English titles have been replaced with those in German, the list of dedicatees have been removed and the individual legends at the bottom of Stoop's prints have been replaced by a single legend in the centre that addresses both scenes.
For the complete set of Stoop prints see S.3090-S.3096.
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- Associated Event: Marriage of Charles II and Catherine of Braganza 1662
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