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George Keate's ciceroni in France; full-length in profile, standing amongst shrubbery with white wig tied back in a bow, wearing a hat and holding a walking stick in right hand with left hand in pocket
Grey wash, with pen and black ink over a light graphite sketch.
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Height: 8.50 centimetres (Image)
Width: 6.50 centimetres (Image)
- Curator's comments
- From an album of two hundred and thirty-two drawings made by George Keate on a tour of France, Italy and Switzerland from 1754-56. For a full description and comment, see 1878,0209.106 (which is the title page, drawn Robert Adam).
This drawing is on the same album page as 1878,0209.108 -112.
- Not on display
- Exhibition history
1996/7 Oct-Jane London, Tate Gallery, Grand Tour (open at 304)
1997 Feb-Apr Rome, Pal Esposizione, Grand Tour (open at 304)
2000 May-Sep, BM P&D, 'A Noble Art', no.123 (open at 106,107,318,336)
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