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Object: Mrs. Bellamy & Mrs. Moore, alarmed by Ruffians in their Bed-chamber.
Series: Bellamy's Apology
Two women in bed, waving their arms in terror at the figure standing over their bed, holding a candle aloft, with a pistol in his hand; oval frame, after Mather Brown, illustration to a volume of George Anne Bellamy's 'Apology'. 1786
Etching with some stipple
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Height: 151 millimetres (cropped)
Width: 94 millimetres (cropped)
- Curator's comments
- The identity of the printmaker is not certain, as the only Newnham listed is George Simon Harcourt (Lord Newnham/Neunham) but as a noble amateur it is highly unlikely that he would have been apprenticed to an engraver. There is no mention of Edward Newenham having been the pupil of Sherwin.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: Apology (Vol. IV, letter 89)
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