Image 1700-1706London-02-001 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator Frederik Bouttats (copied) 
Engraver Michael van der Gucht 
Title Caption Don Quixote meets the Lady Dulcinea Enchanted by sancho 
Title Supplied  
Part Part II, Madrid 1615  
Chapter Chapter 10 
Subject 10.2 The three labradoras
10.3 SP presents to DQ the enchanted Dulcinea
Illustration Type Chapter illustration
Technique Burin engraving
Color Black and white 
Volume II 
Page Number f.p. 49 
Image Dimension 141 x 84 
Page Dimension 177 x 110 
Commentary Copy from Bouttats' plate (Amberes: Verdussen, 1672 - 1673). Well balanced composition with two different scenes. The first one in the foreground: left, don Quixote knelt down and one peasant girl with her donkey; center, "Dulcinea" and her donkey; right, Sancho Panza knelt down and another peasant girl with her donkey. The second scene in the background: the three peasant girls flee from don Quixote and one of them falls from her donkey, showing her ass (humorous). 
Notes In Cushing's copy, the Part II frontispiece is missing. It was the same one done for Part I and was signed by M. van der Gucht. It contained the figures of don Quixote and Rocinante, Sancho and his donkey, two statues (Amadis and Orlando) and two medallions (Dulcinea and Merlin). M. van der Gucht copied Savery's Part I frontispiece (Dordrecht: Savery, 1657), including Merlin's medallion from Savery's Part II frontispiece.