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'The Forsaken', detail
This print relates to a story of the same name published in the literary album 'Friendship's Offering' edited by William Henry Harrison. A young lady in a sumptuous low cut gown and hat with a feather sits with her head turned to her right holding a flower up to her breast in her left hand. The walls behind her are bare except from some draped cloth across the left hand side of the picture.
Original size: 361 mm x 260 mm
- Image reference: PY6178-002
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection