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The Evening Hymn
It may relate to a story of the same name. Two young women are depicted in flowing gowns, the younger with ringlets and a musical instrument (possibly a lute), the older with her head covered. They sit on chairs outside below an open window. The younger woman has her right foot on a footstool and is playing (possibly also singing) to the older woman. The older woman sits with a closed book on her lap, her hands resting on the book. Around them is a neat country, possibly garden scene.
Henry James Richter
Original size: 360 mm x 262 mm
- Image reference: PY6176-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection