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The Way-Worn Traveller; a man carrying a sleeping child in a sling on his back, leaning on a stick, at the steps of a porch, gesturing to left as he asks directions of two women standing in the lit doorway, one of whom holds a child; illustration for the Art Union; engraver's proof.
Etching and engraving on chine collé
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Height: 351 millimetres
Width: 267 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Based on an oil sketch, 'The Benighted Traveller', of c. 1832, previously in the Vernon collection, now at Tate.
Heath notes that the plate was 'Engraved under the supervision of Mr Frederick A. Heath'.
- Not on display
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- Acquisition notes
- 1855,0414.474 to 581 are parts 48 to 62 of the Vernon Gallery, purchased from the Proprietors of the Art Union Journal (the publishers).
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