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Vignette of a woman (goddess?) appearing in a cloud of smoke to a group of people on the ground, a putto holding an anchor to her right; a man, a woman and a child looking at her in veneration on the left, and a bearded man, kneeling in profile to the left and holding a staff on the right; other figures on the background; illustration to Johnson's 'The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia' (London: Miller, 1805).
Etching and engraving; letterpress on verso
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Height: 114 millimetres (cut from book)
Width: 164 millimetres
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- Published by William Miller in 1805 and again in 1819, with plates dated 1805.
See also 1847,0204.13 for a working proof.
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Associated Title: The History of Rasselas, Prince of Abyssinia
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