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The Turner Gallery

1859-61 (engraved)
Place Of Origin

Line engraving on steel depicting Apollo and Daphne

object details
Object Type
Additional TitleApollo and Daphne in the Vale of Tempe (assigned by artist)
Materials and Techniques
Line engraving on steel
Brief Description
Line engraving on steel by Edward Brandard entitled 'Apollo and Daphne in the Vale of Tempe', from the publication 'The Turner Gallery', after works by J. M. W. Turner. Great Britain, 1859-61.
Physical Description
Line engraving on steel depicting Apollo and Daphne
Credit line
Bequeathed by Horace Mummery
Subjects depicted
Places Depicted
Other Number
R734 - Rawlinson number (Mummery Bequest)
Accession Number

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record createdJune 30, 2009
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