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Six illustrations to an edition of Cowper's poems (J Johnson, London, 1798); after Stothard; pasted to the same album sheet.
'Is this the rugged path, the steep ascent / That Virtue points to?'; a young man led by an angel who points upwards, while he looks back over his shoulder to right, towards a woman wearing a dark veil; by Bromley.
'Yon Cottager, who weaves at her own door ... Content tho' mean'; two women and a child sitting outside a thatched cottage, making lace, with a broom in the right foreground; by Neagle.
'Ask not the Boy - sits linking cherrystones &c.'; a young shepherd sitting under a tree holding a pipe, his dog on the left; by Heath.
'Kate is Craz'd'; a barefoot girl in ragged clothes standing in the right foreground; with shepherds in the background; by Angus.
'The Lily & the Rose'; two women representing the flowers, the rose on the right, the lily gesturing upwards towards a figure wreathed with flowers which appears in the clouds; by Angus.
'- where he enjoys, / With her who shares his pleasures & his heart, / Sweet converse'; a couple in a garden, the woman sitting on the left, the man with his hand on a trellis; by Drayton.
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Height: 106 millimetres (image)
Width: 160 millimetres (image)
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- Included in the third volume of Balmanno's collection of Stothard's work in BM P&D. See 1849,0721.1 for more information.
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Associated Title: Poems
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