Le Soleil apres avoir acheve son cours descend chez Thetis, ou six de ses Nymphes sont occupees a le Servir, & a luy offrir toutes sortes de rafraichissemens. // [The Sun, having completed its course, descends by Thetis, where six of her nymphs are servin.

Edelinck, Jean, 1643-1680 [Browse]
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[s.l.] : [s.n.], 1678.
1 item ; sheet 52.7 x 60.3 cm.


  • Medium: Etchings, Engravings
  • Depiction: Six nymphs attending to the Sun after it descends.
  • Signed in plate, lower right: "Joannes Edelinck sculpsit. 1678".
Source acquisition
Acquired by Princeton in 1886 in an exchange with the Bibliotheque nationale (France). John S. Pierson, Class of 1840, effected the exchange, recorded by the BN as "Double e'change" No. 907.
Other title(s)
Description de la Grotte de Versailles, no. 16
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