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18 results filtered with: Hooghe, Romeyn de, 1645-1708
  • A Turkish army taking a town fortification mutilating, flaying and disembowelling their enemies behind the lines. Etching.
  • James II and Louis XIV and their allies portrayed as inmates of a lunatic asylum. Etching by R. de Hooghe, 1688.
  • The body of an old man is laid out naked in state outside the wooden fortifications of a town and mocked and insulted by a mob lighting a bonfire. Etching [by Romeyn de Hooghe].
  • Above, a seated woman representing Latium (Lazio) or Rome; below, a triton, a river god and a winged woman, representing the Tiber. Etching by R. de Hooghe, 1671.
  • Mongolian soldiers crucifying and mutilating civilians in a coastal town. Etching [by Romeyn de Hooghe].
  • King Louis XIV receives an enema while sitting on a globe of the earth, thus besmearing it with ordure; around him, chaos reigns; symbolising the events following the Protestant rebellions of 1674 including the flight of the royal family from England in 1689. Engraving by R. de Hooghe, c. 1689.
  • Soldiers dismembering, torturing and killing civilians outside town fortifications, probably during a siege. Etching by R. de Hooghe [?].
  • The murder of the De Witt brothers in the Hague on 20 August 1672. Etching by R. de Hooghe.
  • Ysbrandt van Diemerbroeck. Line engraving after R. de Hooghe.
  • A mass execution outside the town fortifications while a Christian procession takes place within the town walls. Etching [by Romeyn de Hooghe].
  • Anatomy and medicine performed outside a temple of Apollo and Aesculapius, representing themes in the works of Thomas Willis. Etching attributed to R. de Hooghe, 1682.
  • King Louis XIV receives an enema while sitting on a globe of the earth, thus besmearing it with ordure; around him, chaos reigns; symbolising the events following the Protestant rebellions of 1674 including the flight of the royal family from England in 1689. Engraving by R. de Hooghe, c. 1689.
  • A triumphal arch in the Hague in honour of King William III, containing paintings of his deeds. Etching by R. de Hooghe, 1691.
  • William I, Prince of Orange is shot by the assassin Balthasar Gérard in the Prinsenhof at Delft in 1584. Etching by Jan Luyken after R. de Hooghe.
  • Varieties of torture in Asia. Etching by R. de Hooghe, 1682.
  • James II and Louis XIV and their allies portrayed as inmates of a lunatic asylum. Etching by R. de Hooghe, 1688.
  • Rebuses representing Greek words. Etchings by R. de Hooghe, 169-.
  • A woman representing pharmacy receives gifts of materia medica from vegetable and mineral sources, and with the aid of a herbal distils them into medicines; above, Apollo gives authority to Hippocrates as other Olympians stand outside the temple of Aesculapius. Etching by R. de Hooghe.