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The Surrender of Breda (1625), detail of Justin de Nassau handing the keys over to

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The Surrender of Breda (1625), detail of Justin de Nassau handing the keys over to

XIR68345 The Surrender of Breda (1625), detail of Justin de Nassau handing the keys over to Ambroise Spinola (1569-1630) on the 5th June 1625, c.1635 (detail of 30730) by Velazquez, Diego Rodriguez de Silva y (1599-1660); Prado, Madrid, Spain; (add.info.: Justin von Nassau (Dutch) surrenders the city to Genoese Ambrogio (Ambrosio) Spinola, commander of the Spanish forces; Les Lances ou La Redddition de Breda; ); Spanish, out of copyright

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Bowing Deference Embrace Gaze Humiliation Humility Sash


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This print captures a pivotal moment in history, depicting the Surrender of Breda in 1625. The detail focuses on Justin de Nassau, a Dutch commander, handing over the keys of the city to Ambroise Spinola, the esteemed Genoese leader of Spanish forces. Painted by Diego Rodriguez de Silva y Velazquez in 1635, this masterpiece is housed at Prado Museum in Madrid. The image exudes an air of humility and humiliation as Justin von Nassau bows before Spinola with his head lowered and sash draped across his armor-clad body. It symbolizes the end of a year-long siege and signifies surrendering power to their conquerors. The composition beautifully captures this historic event with its intricate details - from the expressions on their faces to their carefully crafted attire. The title "Les Lances ou La Reddition de Breda" or "The Spears or The Surrender of Breda" adds depth to our understanding of this significant moment. It emphasizes both military prowess and submission while highlighting the exchange between two powerful figures. As we gaze upon this artwork, we are transported back in time to witness not only an act of surrender but also a profound display of respect and deference between enemies turned acquaintances. This photograph print serves as a reminder that even amidst conflict and conquests, there can be moments where humanity prevails over hostility.

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