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Hector with Andromache and Astyanax; the trojan hero in armour, holding his infant son Astyanax in his arms, his wife Andromache to left, standing with one hand on her husband's shoulder, with another woman to right, helmet, shield and staff beside a pillar to right; after Stothard; illustration to du Roveray's edition of Pope's translation of the works of Homer (London: Du Roveray, 1803); working proof.
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Height: 124 millimetres (trimmed)
Width: 96 millimetres (trimmed)
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- Pasted on an album of prints by Cromek donated by his son, numbers 1867,0413.683 to 803. Two hand-written letters from Mary Cromek, the artist's granddaughter are atteached at the front. The prints were gifted with a manuscript catalogue which is kept at the department library (Cd,4.49).
See also 1867,0413.739 and 1868,0822.1415
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Associated Title: Iliad
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