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The Lord of Burleigh

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An image of Title/s: The Lord of Burleigh
Maker/s: Dalziel family (printmaker) British engravers, 19th c.
Millais, John Everett (designer) British artist, 1829-1896
Production Notes : Progress proof, touched by the artist, with a sketch and numerous instructions to the engravers on the margins.Illustration to Moxon's Tennyson's Poems, 1857.
Technique/s: wood engraving
Technique Description: touched in graphite by Millais, with a sketch and numerous instructions to the engravers on the margins.
Material/s : black carbon ink (Medium), India paper (Support) 
Dimensions: image height: 83 mm, image width: 96 mm
sheet height: 168 mm, sheet width: 197 mm

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Title/s: The Lord of Burleigh Maker/s: Dalziel family (printmaker) British engravers, 19th c. Millais, John Everett (designer) British artist, 1829-1896 Production Notes : Progress proof, touched by the artist, with a sketch and numerous instructions to the engravers on the margins.Illustration to Moxon's Tennyson's Poems, 1857. Technique/s: wood engraving Technique Description: touched in graphite by Millais, with a sketch and numerous instructions to the engravers on the margins. Material/s : black carbon ink (Medium), India paper (Support) Dimensions: image height: 83 mm, image width: 96 mm sheet height: 168 mm, sheet width: 197 mm

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  • Accession Number: P.1700-R
  • Photograph copyright © The Fitzwilliam Museum
  • Photographer name: Andrew Morris
  • Image height: 647 pixels
  • Image width: 760 pixels
  • Processed with: ACD Systems Digital Imaging
  • Filesize: 70.95kB

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