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Image 1733-Paris-Huart-03-004 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator Charles-Antoine Coypel (copied after by Bonard) 
Engraver Laurent Cars 
Title Caption  
Title Supplied Love and Wealth's dance during Camacho's wedding 
Part Part II, Madrid 1615  
Chapter Chapter 20 
Subject 20.1 Wedding of Camacho
Illustration Type Chapter illustration
Technique Burin engraving
Color Black and white 
Volume III 
Page Number f.p. 259 
Image Dimension 118 x 70 
Page Dimension 167 x 95 
Commentary Well-ballanced composition; in the center, Cupid, dancing in front of a castle where a Virgin is protected.
On the left, as part of Cupid's retinue, Poetry (with Fame's trumpet), Prudence (as a prudent virgin with a small oil lamp) and Wisdom (as Athena); Wisdom does not appear in Cervantes' original text, but she does in the French translations (Sagesse).
On the right, Wealth and his retinue: Liberality (with the cornucopia and a pair of compasses) and Largesse.
According to Cervantes' text, they should also appear Valor, Nobility, Treasure and Quiet Possession.
The first retinue refers to Basilio, the second one to Camacho.
Sancho eats while don Quixote observes this performance.
Drawing and engraving are good. 
Notes 1 - Same plate first used for Paris: Compagnie des Libraires, 1732.
2 - Turned copy with a new vertical format after Coypel’s illustration (Paris: Surugue, c. 1724); Coypel included Valor/Nobility's figure holding a crown.