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Object: No. 10
Series: The Winter's Day Delineated
An angel standing in contemplation in front of a monument in a forest, with an urn on a plinth among bushes on the right; illustration to Mrs. Robinson's poem, after Cosway. 1803
Etching and aquatint printed in brown ink on brown paper
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Height: 230 millimetres (image)
Height: 280 millimetres (sheet, approx.)
Width: 290 millimetres (image)
Width: 355 millimetres (sheet, approx.)
- Curator's comments
- For more information on the set, see 1875,0814.1422.
'Tis in the silent spot obscure
Where, forc'd all sorrows to endure,
Pale Genius turns, O! lesson sad!
To court the vain, and on the bad.
False praise bestow!
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Associated Title: The Winter's Day
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