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- Object: Acis and Galatea
The nymph urged onto a shell by a child cupid while looking imploringly with hands clasped to left at the jealous Polyphemus raises a rock to throw down upon her and her lover Acis, a shepherd who clings to the rocks to left, leaning towards her distraught, with another shepherd driving a flock up the mountainside in the background to right; after Cook; unfinished state, before Cupid's pupil darkened.
Etching and engraving
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Height: 503 millimetres (image)
Height: 613 millimetres (sheet, trimmed to platemark?)
Width: 364 millimetres (image)
Width: 435 millimetres (sheet, trimmed to platemark?)
- Curator's comments
- For an earlier state, see 1866,0210.470; for a later touched state, see 1866,1114.259.
Cook exhibited the painting at the Royal Academy, London in 1814 (No. 239). The dating of the print is based on the dates between which the painter was an A.R.A.
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