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Glebe Farm

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  • Glebe Farm. Lucas, David (British, 1802-1881). After Constable, John (British, 1776-1837). Mezzotint, black carbon ink, touched with graphite, on paper, height, plate, 178 mm, width, plate, 250 mm; height, sheet, 229 mm, width, sheet, 304 mm, circa 1831-1832. Production Note: Progress proof, touched. Published in English Landscape, part V, July 1832. Acquisition Credit: Through the National Art Collections Fund.
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