The Home and Haunts of Shakespeare

A work made of illustrated by 15 plates in watercolor (presumably chromolithographs), 45 full page photogravures, and more than 150 letterpress illustrations

"the weir brake" pl. 7

"while flowing river yield such blameless sport" pl. 9

"a willow grows aslant the brook" pl. 22

"the old footbridge" pl. 30.
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  • A work made of illustrated by 15 plates in watercolor (presumably chromolithographs), 45 full page photogravures, and more than 150 letterpress illustrations

"the weir brake" pl. 7

"while flowing river yield such blameless sport" pl. 9

"a willow grows aslant the brook" pl. 22

"the old footbridge" pl. 30.

Date:

1892

Artist:

James Leon Williams (American, 1852–1920)
published by Charles Scribner’s Sons (American, founded 19th century)

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Artist

James Leon Williams

Title

The Home and Haunts of Shakespeare

Origin

United States

Date

1892

Medium

Illustrated by 15 plates in watercolor (presumably chromolithographs), 45 full page photogravures, and more than 150 letterpress illustrations "The Weir Brake" Pl. 7 "While Flowing River Yield Such Blameless Sport" Pl. 9 "A Willow Grows Aslant the Brook" Pl. 22 "The Old Footbridge" Pl. 30

Dimensions

18.3 × 22.7 cm (image); 31.3 × 42.4 (paper)

Credit Line

Restricted gift of Mrs. Leigh B. Block, Mrs. Wesley M. Dixon, Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Donnelley

Reference Number

1976.432

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