THE BATTLE OF STIRLING BRIDGE – OIL PAINTING 1630 – 1650 OF SIMON JOHANNES VAN DOUW
The battle of Stirling bridge is a epic battle between The English against the Scottish in Scotland.
Simon Van De Douw was a Flemish painter and draughtsman.
The battle was won by the Scottish with a strength of 5300 to 6300 men and of them 300 in the cavalry. The English had 9000 men, 2000 cavalry and 6000 in the infantry.rst I had the Italian name Burontti and then after asking a an expert it was Simon Johannes Van Douw so it´s a detective work to find out the real story.
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This oil painting (original from ca. 1630 – 1650 took me some time to discover who the real artist was.
The painting is big and the measure without the frame is: 164 x 59 cm and with frame 185 x 89 cm