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- Object: 'The Troubadours' (5). 'Hovius asking permission to raise the veil of the Princess Lilienthal.'
A noble lady, the Princess Lilenthal, finely dressed and wearing a veil, escorted by a portly gentleman, Hovius, in a garden, a statue of Cupid beyond; after Alfred Crowquill, illustration to Kosewitz's Eccentric Tales from the German (1827)
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Height: 109 millimetres (ruled border)
Width: 90 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- Cruikshank produced 20 coloured etchings for Kosewitz's Eccentric Tales from the German, originally published in 4 parts.
The Department of Prints and Drawings holds an illustrated copy of Kosewitz's 'Eccentric Tales' (1865,1111,1048-1084./ 184.f.19.) A number of duplicates of the illustrations (including the present print) were acquired with the book and there is overlap between registration numbers.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Eccentric Tales from the German
- Acquisition date
- Prints and Drawings
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