Appulus changed into a wild olive tree / Stafford Gallery
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- Appulus changed into a wild olive tree
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Plate 25: landscape with the apulian shepherd changed into an olive tree with, in the foreground, figures dancing, musicians and, at right, the apulian shepherd with branches growing from his head and hands, and in background a lake. 1808 Etching; the image is pasted onto a sheet bearing the inscriptions
- Published in: London
- (Europe,British Isles,England,London)
- Height: 159 millimetres (trimmed)
- Width: 327 millimetres
Inscription ContentLettered above image with title and plate number, and below, with production detail: 'Claude Lorraine', 'Drawn by W. M. Craig. Engraved by I. H. Wright and P. W. Tomkins', publication addresses: 'London / Published March 1. 1808 by Longman, Hurst, Rees & Orme, J. White & Co, Cadell & davies, & P. W. Tomkins', and dimensions.
Stamped below image: 'Stafford Gallery'.
From 'From 'Engravings of the Most Noble the Marquis of Stafford's Collection...', see 1860,0211.552 for comment.
See related drawing 1957,1214.148.
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Object reference number: PPA172896
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