- Museum number
- Object: Love
Scene at the edge of a forest, with a young man standing in the shadow of trees behind a gate at left, looking amourously at a girl, standing at centre, handing flowers to another girl, kneeling next to her; vase with flowers on the ground at right; lake with two swans in background at right, church seen on the shore beyond; illustration to 'The Keepsake', 1829, p.166; after Stephanoff; two touched proofs pasted together.
Etching and engraving; touched with grey wash
- Production date
- 1829 (circa)
Height: 88 millimetres (each image)
Width: 115 millimetres (each image)
- Curator's comments
- See also 1864,0611.663 for finished proof.
Charles Heath usually hired other engravers as assistants and pupils working in his atelier, and doing part of the engraving. For this print, Richard Rhodes (1765-1838) engraved the drapery.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: The Keepsake
- Acquisition date
- Prints and Drawings
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