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H Beard Print Collection

Print
1799 (published)
Artist/Maker
Place Of Origin

A full length colour stipple engraving of Mademoiselle Parisot. She is wearing a translucent Greek inspired dress made from layered, swathes, of fabric. The top layer is a hip length pale yellow tunic and the underdress is a translucent white tunic gathered in to knots at the thigh and billowing out behind her. Standing in the midst of a nautral landscape, her arms are raised and carry a curved branch of intertwined flowers. Her hair is dressed with a band of fabric. Harry Beard Collection.


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Print
Brief Description
A full length colour stipple engraving of Mademoiselle Parisot, Harry Beard Collection.
Physical Description
A full length colour stipple engraving of Mademoiselle Parisot. She is wearing a translucent Greek inspired dress made from layered, swathes, of fabric. The top layer is a hip length pale yellow tunic and the underdress is a translucent white tunic gathered in to knots at the thigh and billowing out behind her. Standing in the midst of a nautral landscape, her arms are raised and carry a curved branch of intertwined flowers. Her hair is dressed with a band of fabric.
Dimensions
  • Height: 25.9cm
  • Width: 19.5cm
Subject depicted
Summary
A full length colour stipple engraving of Mademoiselle Parisot. She is wearing a translucent Greek inspired dress made from layered, swathes, of fabric. The top layer is a hip length pale yellow tunic and the underdress is a translucent white tunic gathered in to knots at the thigh and billowing out behind her. Standing in the midst of a nautral landscape, her arms are raised and carry a curved branch of intertwined flowers. Her hair is dressed with a band of fabric. Harry Beard Collection.
Other Number
F.157-12 - H Beard collection numbering
Collection
Accession Number
S.6346-2009

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record createdJanuary 19, 2010
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