- Miss Kemble
Portrait of Frances Kemble, half-length to front within oval frame, head turned to face left in three-quarter profile, her hands crossed at her waist, wearing white dress and veil on her full, powdered hair, foliage behind; with verse from Milton's 'Paradise Lost' below; fifth state. 1784
Stipple and etching printed on satin
- Published in: London
- (Europe,British Isles,England,London)
- Height: 322 millimetres
- Width: 264 millimetres (plate)
- Height: 495 millimetres
- Width: 284 millimetres (satin 'sheet')
Inscription ContentLettered with title, 4 lines of verse and production and publication detail, all below image: "Painted by J. Downman", "Engraved by J. Jones" and "London, Publish'd as the Act directs Octr. 23 1784, by J. Jones, No. 63 Great Portland Street, Marylebone."
Not in Chaloner Smith.
British XVIIIc Mounted Imp
- Associated Title: Paradise Lost (Bk IV)
Prints & Drawings
Portrait of Frances Kemble, HL to front within oval frame, head turned to face l in TQ profile, her hands crossed at her waist, wearing white dress and veil on her full, powdered hair, foliage behind; with verse from Milton's 'Paradise Lost' below; fifth state. 1784 Stipple and etching on satin
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Object reference number: PPA92719
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