"Nuestra, senora, d'atocha"

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"Nuestra, senora, d'atocha"
[16--]
Peel 0060
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[16--]
Provenance: 
Formerly owned by Sir Robert Peel.
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Inscribed in pencil under design: "very fe[w] printed from this Plate".
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Watermark: unknown.

Summary: 

A satire on Catholicism, probably English. The title is taken from a banner which is held up by one of the figures. A calf dressed in a monk's habit, with rosary, is reminiscent of other Monk Calf images (see Peel 0012 & Peel 0093). Two kings take part in a dance in the center of the design (perhaps representing Louis XIV and James II.)

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