[Illustration to] Fragment Fourteenth. A Spirit of Observation Uncommon in Physiognomy. II. Caricature of Lord Anson. 

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Resource ID

12606

Access

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Title

[Illustration to] Fragment Fourteenth. A Spirit of Observation Uncommon in Physiognomy. II. Caricature of Lord Anson.

Date of Original

1789

Special Collection

Bentley-Blake Collection

Format

1 leaf : illustration ; 34 x 27 cm

Storage Location

Rare Books

Notes

Plate opposite page 112, Lavater, Johann Caspar, 1741-1801. Essays on physiognomy. London : Printed for John Murray ..., 1789-1798. Volume I.

"A translation of the materially altered French version (La Haye, 1781-7) published by Lavater as his 3rd recension" according to Osler cited below.

Four of the engravings in volume I are by William Blake.

Unsigned.

Engravings executed by, or under the inspection of, Thomas Holloway.

See Catalogue Link below for full Victoria University Library catalogue record.

Catalogue Number

Blake no.750 v.1

Copyright

Public Domain

Subject

Physiognomy

Sequence

0750

Contributor(s)

Holloway, Thomas, 1748-1827, engraver

Item

Art print

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