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Plates from various series published by Thomas McLean between 1823 and 1824 bound together, with title-page 'Flowers from nature, &c. &c.', containing frontispiece and 5 plates after Pasquin for the series 'Flowers from nature'; many plates of series after Alken: 4 plates from 'Drawing Books', 3 plates from 'Symptoms', 6 plates from 'British Proverbs', 8 plates from 'Involuntary thoughts', 2 plates from an unidentified series, 2 plates from 'Comparative knights' and 6 plates from 'Tutors assistant'; and 5 plates by Hunt after Egerton dated 1825, each with an individual title and verse below: 'A helping hand', New eay to pay old debts', 'A morning call', 'The feeling heart', and 'Killing no murder'. Bound in red half-leather.
Soft-ground etching, hand-coloured
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Height: 256 millimetres (approx. sheet size of each sheet)
Width: 355 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- See 1991,0615.101 for another impression of one of the prints catalogued individually.
Cataloguing supported by the Elizabeth Cayzer Charitable Trust
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Flowers from Nature
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