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Brass Plate for Mrs. Hale, Daughter of Porter, Walthamstow Church

Yale Center for British Art,

DESCRIZIONE

The Environs of London, Sheet: 13 3/4 × 10 3/4 inches (34.9 × 27.3 cm), Inscribed in pen and black ink, upper left: "Walthamstow Vol XV page 214"; in graphite, upper right: "310"; in pen and gray ink, upper center, "Scale 1/2 an inch to a foot"; lower center: "Scale, four inches to a foot", Lettered inside image in pen and black ink, center: "Filia Porteri: Thalamis sociata sed Halo: | Grantham me genuit. nunc tegor hoc tumul. I Quatuor, en, Natos Natas totidem relinquo. | Nunc quoq cum christo, qui vocat ecce migro. | Terra fui: cinis, et pulvis, tamen ista resumo. | cum sanctis vivens Judice laeta deo. | vos orate pij lectores quilibet ergo, | Dicat quisq pius, propitiato deus. 1588"
Accession number: B1977.14.20530
Medium: Graphite, watercolor and pen and black ink on medium, slightly textured, cream wove paper
Dimensions: Sheet: 13 3/4 × 10 3/4 inches (34.9 × 27.3 cm)
Inscriptions: Inscribed in pen and black ink, upper left: "Walthamstow Vol XV page 214"; in graphite, upper right: "310"; in pen and gray ink, upper center, "Scale 1/2 an inch to a foot"; lower center: "Scale, four inches to a foot"|Lettered inside image in pen and black ink, center: "Filia Porteri: Thalamis sociata sed Halo: | Grantham me genuit. nunc tegor hoc tumul. I Quatuor, en, Natos Natas totidem relinquo. | Nunc quoq cum christo, qui vocat ecce migro. | Terra fui: cinis, et pulvis, tamen ista resumo. | cum sanctis vivens Judice laeta deo. | vos orate pij lectores quilibet ergo, | Dicat quisq pius, propitiato deus. 1588"
Collection: Prints and Drawings

DETTAGLI

LICENZA : Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
ARGOMENTI : # in Arti / Stili artistici / Storia dell'arte e stili artistici: dal 1600 al 1800
TAG : tag: Drawing & Watercolor , Robes , architectural subject , Praying , historical subject
DATAZIONE: 1796 - 1811