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Image 1755-Amsterdam-Arkstee-01-005 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator Charles-Antoine Coypel (copied after) 
Engraver Jacob Folkema 
Title Caption D. Quixote, condusido por la Locura, y ardiendo en el amor extravagante de Dulcinea, sale de su Caza para ser Cavallero errante. 
Title Supplied  
Part Part I, Madrid 1605  
Chapter Chapter 2 
Subject 2.1 First sally
Illustration Type Chapter illustration
Technique Burin engraving
Color Black and white 
Page Number f.p. 9 
Image Dimension 125 x 75 
Page Dimension 146 x 90 
Commentary Don Quixote's first sally allegorical representation.
Don Quixote, mounted on Rocinante, protected by Folly (with the barber basin and a jester scepter) and Love (Cupid holding a torch touching don Quixote's heart and pointing to Dulcinea).
Dulcinea appears as a French Lady carrying wheat, as Sancho refers in chapter 31:1.
In the background, a windmill half-transformed into a giant (8:1) and a flock of sheep with lances (18:1).
Drawing and engraving are excellent. 
Notes 1 - Copy after Coypel's design (first appeared in Paris: Surugue, c. 1724; also copied for La Haye: Pierre de Hondt, 1746).
2 - Same plate first engraved for La Haye: P. Gosse & A. Moetjens, 1744.