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Gray's Elegy Illustrated

Author:
Thomas Gray (British, London 1716–1771 Cambridge)
Artist:
E. Hall (British, active first half 19th century)
Artist:
After George Barret, the younger (British, London 1767–1842 London)
Artist:
After Copley Fielding (British, Sowerby Bridge, West Yorks 1787–1855 Worthing, West Sussex)
Artist:
After John Constable (British, East Bergholt 1776–1837 Hampstead)
Artist:
After George Cattermole (British, Dickleburgh, Norfolk 1800–1868 Clapham Common, London)
Artist:
After Charles Gray (British, born Newcastle, died 1847)
Artist:
After Thomas Stothard (British, London 1755–1834 London)
Artist:
After Peter De Wint (British, Hanley, Stoke-on-Trent 1784–1849 London)
Artist:
After Solomon Alexander Hart (British, Plymouth 1806–1881 London)
Artist:
After Thomas Landseer (British, London 1795–1880 London)
Artist:
After J. Howard (British, active 19th century)
Artist:
After William Westall (British, Hartford 1781–1850 London)
Artist:
After Sir Augustus Wall Callcott (British, London 1779–1844 London)
Artist:
After Charles Landseer (British, London 1799/1800–1879 London)
Artist:
After John James Chalou (Swiss, Geneva 1778–1854 London)
Artist:
After James Henry Nixon (British, ca. 1808–ca. 1850)
Artist:
After Henry Howard (British, London 1769–1847 Oxford)
Artist:
After Richard Westall (British, Reepham, Norfolk 1765–1836 London)
Artist:
After George Barret, the younger (British, London 1767–1842 London)
Artist:
After Theodore Henry Adolphus Fielding (British, Yorkshire 1781–1851 Croyden)
Artist:
After William John Thomas Collins (British, London 1788–1847 London)
Date:
1836–37
Medium:
Pen and brown ink
Dimensions:
Overall: 9 3/16 x 11 1/2 x 1 in. (23.4 x 29.2 x 2.5 cm)
Classifications:
Albums, Drawings
Credit Line:
Gift of Lincoln Kirstein, 1970
Accession Number:
1970.565.578
Not on view
Inscription: Front end paper in ink, "Elizabeth (?) April 19, 1864". Many leaves are signed "E. Hall" others "E. H." Most are dated 1836 or 1837 and inscribed with the names of the artists who designed the illustrations.
Donor: Lincoln Kirstein (American, 1907–1996)
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