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  • Description

    Portrait of the Rutland children, after Reynolds (Mannings 1208): John Henry, Marquess of Granby, standing, leaning against a dog, his right hand on its ear, reaching up with his left to the Lady Elizabeth, who stands in profile to left, looking round towards the viewer, pulling on her gloves, another dog curled up on the grass beside them, a plumed helmet on the ground in the left foreground, under a tree in a landscape; after Reynolds. 1909 Mezzotint on chine collé


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  • Date

    • 1910
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  • Materials

  • Technique

  • Dimensions

    • Height: 530 millimetres
    • Width: 430 millimetres
  • Inscriptions

      • Inscription Content

        Lettered below the image 'Copyright, 1909 by Thos. Agnew & Sons, Published by Thos. Agnew & Sons, 43 Old Bond Street, London'.
  • Location

    Not on display (BH/FF10/British XIXc Unmounted Portfolio)

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  • Acquisition notes

    1910,0701.1 to 42 were all given by Messrs Agnew, and are proofs of modern engravings and etchings that they had published.

  • Department

    Prints & Drawings

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