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Old Trees with Old Man, a Girl and a Dog

Photo Credit: Rich Sanders, Des Moines

Old Trees with Old Man, a Girl and a Dog

Artist: Richard Corbould (British, 1757 - 1831)
Date: 1802
Medium: pen and tusche lithograph on paper
Dimensions:
Sheet (/image): 9 5/16 × 12 5/8 in. (23.7 × 32.1 cm.)
Credit Line: Des Moines Art Center Permanent :Collections; Purchased with funds from the Kay Reynolds Stroud Art Fund, 2002.34
Accession number: 2002.34
Classification: print
Label TextThis pen and toushe lithograph dates from the beginning of lithography as an artistic medium. The lithograph was one of 12 prints published in the portfolio Specimens of Polyautography London, 1802. Corbould's image of a wooded landscape with an ancient, gnarled tree ad figures is a spendid example of English Romanticism. Source: News. April May June, 2003.
SignedR. Corbould del. (l/r in ink)
Inscription1802 (l/r in ink)
Catalogue RaisonnéMan 45
Portfolio/SeriesSpecimens of Polyautography
Published ReferencesPublished by Phillip André, in Specimens of Polyautography, London, 1803

Published by G.J. Vollweiler, in Specimens of Polyautography, London, 1806
Editionun-numberd
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