Fainasollis, Borbar and Fingal
- Line-engraving on moderately thick, moderately textured, cream, laid paper
- Sheet: 17 1/2 × 20 inches (44.5 × 50.8 cm) and Image: 14 × 17 7/8 inches (35.6 × 45.4 cm)
Engraved inscriptions: below image at left, "Barralet delint"; below image at center, "FAINASOLLIS BORBAR & FINGAL"; below, "The maid stood trembling by my side, he drew the bow"; below, "She fell, unerring is thy hand, I said, but feeble was the foe"; below, "Vide Macphersons Ossian Poem of Fingal, book 3d"; below, "From an Original Drawing in the Collection of Charles Beddam Esq."; below, "London Publish'd March 1 1783 by T. Macklin No 39 Fleet Street"
Lettered, lower left: "Barralet delint."; lettered, lower right: "J. Parker sculpt."; lettered, lower center: "FAINASOLLIS BORBAR & FINGAL | The maid stood trembling by my side, he drew the bow. | She fell unerring is thy hand, I said, but feeble was the foe. | Vide Macphersons Ossian Poem of Fingal, book 3d. | From an Original Drawing in the Collection of Charles Boddam Esqr. | London Publish'd March 1 1783 by T. Macklin No. 39 Fleet Street."
- Credit Line:
- Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
- Copyright Status:
- Public Domain
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