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Print made by Richard Earlom, 1743–1822, British, The Enchantress, 1786
- Additional Title(s):
- Mezzotint and etching on medium, slightly textured, cream laid paper
- Sheet: 21 5/8 × 29 3/4 inches (54.9 × 75.6 cm), Plate: 28 3/8 × 26 3/4 inches (72.1 × 67.9 cm), Image: 17 7/8 × 25 7/8 inches (45.4 × 65.7 cm)
Inscribed on verso in graphite, lower center: "15"
Lettered below image, lower left: "Teniers, Pinx.t."; lower right: "Rich.d Earlom, Sculpts it"; lower center: "John & Josiah Boydell, Excudit 1786 | - Quid non mortaha pectora cogis, | Auri facra fames? | Virg AEn III v.56. | From the Original Picture of the same size, in the Collection of Sir Joshua Reynolds. | Publish'd, Jan.y 2d. 1786, by John and Josiah Boydell, Cheapeside, London."
- Credit Line:
- Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Fund
- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
- Accession Number:
- Prints and Drawings
- Subject Terms:
- animals | anthropomorphism | basket | cave | chains | dogs (animals) | enchantress | fish | grotesques | heads | jewelry | metamorphoses ~ classical mythology | owl | religious and mythological subject | reptiles | swords | vines | wings | woman
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