Details from the monumental effigy in the chancel of Ash Church, Kent, assigned to Sir John Laverick, studies for numbers 1 and 3 on plate 62 in Stothard's 'The Monumental Effigies of Great Britain', published by Mrs Anna Eliza Bray, 1817-32, one of a large group of studies for this volume; consisting of lace of the camail, passing through scallops of plate, forming the lower part of the basinet, and portion of the spur and straps around the ankle. 1811 Pen and brown ink, with brown wash, over graphite
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