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A Group of Auriculas, from The Temple of Flora

A work made of color aquatint, with stipple engraving and etching, inked à la poupée, with watercolor (hand-coloring) on cream wove paper.
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  • A work made of color aquatint, with stipple engraving and etching, inked à la poupée, with watercolor (hand-coloring) on cream wove paper.

Date:

1803

Artist:

Frederick Christian Lewis, the elder (English, 1779-1856)
James Hopwood, the elder (English, c. 1752-1819)
after Peter Charles Henderson (English, active 1791-1829)
published by Dr. Robert John Thornton (English, 1768-1837)

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Artist

L. V. Hopwood

Title

A Group of Auriculas, from The Temple of Flora

Origin

England

Date

1803

Medium

Color aquatint, with stipple engraving and etching, inked à la poupée, with watercolor (hand-coloring) on cream wove paper

Dimensions

250 × 185 mm (image); 375 × 277 mm (plate); 385 × 310 mm (sheet)

Credit Line

Robert Allerton Collection

Reference Number

1936.94

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