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Plate XIX: representation of the remains of part of the paintings discovered on the north wall, in St Stephen's Chapel, Westminster; showing the destruction of Job's children at a banquet, from the book of Job (2:18-19); Job's sons and daughters are killed when the house of their eldest brother is blown down by a mighty wind; Satan represented in central arch; set in an architectural frame. 1806
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Height: 457 millimetres
Width: 604 millimetres (trimmed)
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- The specimen of painting represented in this print is in the British Museum, see 1814,0312.2.
This is possibly an illustration to a supplement of John Topham's 'Some Account of the Collegiate Chapel of Saint Stephen, Westminster'. For further comment see G,3.268, G,3.264, and G,3.271.
For a note on Crowle's extra-illustrated Pennant, see G,1.1.
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