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Two illustrations to Kearsley's edition of Fenelon's 'Telemachus' (London, 1794); after Stothard, pasted to the same album sheet.
Telemachus recounting his adventures to Calypso, sitting on the right, with Mentor beside him, leaning over the lintel of a rough-hewn arched window in a rocky cave; by Neagle; with artists' names only.
'The Triumph of Amphitrite', book 4; the nereid holding an infant and looking at it, head turned to left, surrounded by cupids, borne on a sea-chariot drawn by horses and led by tritons. 1 November 1794
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Height: 184 millimetres (images, circa)
Width: 133 millimetres (images, circa)
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- Included in the second 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: Telemachus
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