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|Illustration No.||1  |
|Illustrator||Charles-Antoine Coypel (copied after by Bonard)|
|Title Supplied||Don Quixote defends Basilio before Camacho|
|Part||Part II, Madrid 1615|
21.1 Basilio’s deception
21.2 Marriage of Basilio and Quiteria
|Color||Black and white|
|Page Number||f.p. 269|
|Image Dimension||123 x 69|
|Page Dimension||167 x 95|
In the center: Quiteria and Basilio, well-lighted; Basilio pretending to have stabbed himself.
On the right, Camacho ready to draw his sword.
From the left, don Quixote moves to stop him, while Sancho is only interested in protecting his food; also the priest and some women.
Good drawing and engraving, but bad printing
|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); the original setting has been simplified.