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- Series: The Landscape, a didactic poem, in three books
Landscape with a winding river in the middle distance, a figure walking over a footbridge; a country house with shaped gables and a perron in the background; trees in the left foreground, one tree fallen and lying in the river; after Hearne; plate 1 for Richard Payne Knight's `Landscape`; working proof before letters. 1794
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Height: 233 millimetres (trimmed)
Width: 288 millimetres
- Curator's comments
- For proof with scratched letters, see 1878,0713.4758. For plate 2 from the same series, see 1873,0510.2679.
This print was published in Richard Payne Knight, `The Landscape, a didactic poem, in three books. Addressed to Uvedale Price, Esq. By R. P. Knight. L.P`., London, 1794. Cf. A. Ballantyne. `Architecture, landscape and liberty: Richard Payne Knight and the picturesque', Cambridge, 1997, fig.22, p.205, and comments in the diary of Joseph Farington, I p.210 (July 1794).
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