18th Century Color Engraving "A St. Giles's Beauty"
Avery & Dash Collections
Stipple and etching, printed in dark brown ink with hand-coloring. Likely the original late 18th century frame and thus the print is in excellent condition. Print made by Francesco Bartolozzi after John Hodges Benwell. Oval portrait thought to be of Elizabeth Burrough, a half-length profile of a young lady wearing a white lace cap with blue ribbon tied around it. “Published 8th Sept.r 1783 by E.M. Diemar, No. 377 Strand.” is engraved on the lower portion, mostly hidden by the frame.
- Depth: 0.5 Width: 11.25 Height: 13.0
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