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- Object: "And you went in at him on the station?"
Scene in front of the doors of a railway station: an elderly gentleman walking with a stick with his back turned to the viewer, arm in arm with a young man on his left; a man and woman approaching from right, and a woman preparing to enter the door at left; off-print illustration to Trollope's 'The Small House at Allington', from 'The Cornhill Gallery' of illustrations published in 'The Cornhill Magazine', p.224 August 1863; after Millais.
Wood-engraving, with beige tint block
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Height: 205 millimetres
Width: 155 millimetres
- Curator's comments
For a duplicate see 1875,0508.1383.
Full title: 'The Cornhill Gallery: containing one hundred engravings, from drawings on wood, (being designs for the illustration of "The Cornhill Magazine". By Frederick Leighton ... [et al.]. Engraved by the Brothers Dalziel, W.J. Linton, and Joseph Swain. London: Smith, Elder & Co., 1864.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: The Small House at Allington
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