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Why Should I Blush (valentine)

A work made of collaged elements and pen and blue ink, with watercolor on lithograph in gold ink on cut and embossed off-white wove paper.
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  • A work made of collaged elements and pen and blue ink, with watercolor on lithograph in gold ink on cut and embossed off-white wove paper.

Date:

c. 1850

Artist:

George Kershaw
English, 19th century

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Artist

George Kershaw

Title

Why Should I Blush (valentine)

Origin

England

Date

1845–1855

Medium

Collaged elements and pen and blue ink, with watercolor on lithograph in gold ink on cut and embossed off-white wove paper

Dimensions

229 × 191 mm (folded sheet)

Credit Line

Gift of Emma B. Hodge

Reference Number

1919.367

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