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Gray's Elegy Illustrated

Written by 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: 1836–7
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

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