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Updated: 14 April 2015
Variae quadrupedum species
- Variae quadrupedum species
Three deer (two bucks, one doe), two rabbits, two squirrels in a tree, and a hare; in the background, ruins on a hill and five ducks flying in 'V' formation overhead at right; after Francis Barlow.
- 1658-1663 (c.)
- Height: 154 millimetres
- Width: 229 millimetres
For information on the volume see 1997,0928.14.1
Etching attributed to Richard Gaywood by New Hollstein; previously catalogued under Hollar - see Pennington 2087, as plate 8 of Variae quadrupedum species.
A duplicate impression at Q,5.521; for the original drawing, see 1855,0714.61
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Object reference number: PPA259883
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