The progress of love : in six plates / designed & etched by Miss Metz ; and aquatinted by I. Bluck.
Cover title: Progress of love in 6 plates, in imitation of bass relief.
London : Pub. 16 June, 1801 at R. Ackermann's Repository of Arts, 101 Strand, 
6 leaves : hand-colored aquatints ; 27 x 35 cm
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Miss Metz may be Sophia Metz who made her appearance at the Royal Academy exhibition of 1791 as "S. Metz". The address given in the R.A. catalogue is the same address as that given for the artist Conrad Martin Metz (1749-1827). Her relationship to Conrad Metz is not known but she could have been another sister or possibly a daughter.
The impression -- The lovers dream -- The resistless dart -- The portrait -- The letter -- The declaration.
Neoclassicism (Art) -- Great Britain. | Art, British -- 19th century. | Love in art.
Aquatints -- Hand-colored -- 1801.
Bluck, John (Printmaker), engraver. | Ackermann, Rudolph, 1764-1834, publisher.