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Passages from Modern English Poets

Editor:
The Junior Etching Club (British, 19th century)
Etcher:
Henry Moore (British, York 1831–1895 Margate, Kent)
Etcher:
Matthew James Lawless (Irish, Dublin 1837–1864 London)
Etcher:
Sir John Tenniel (British, London 1820–1914 London)
Etcher:
Francis Powell (British, 1833–1914)
Etcher:
James McNeill Whistler (American, Lowell, Massachusetts 1834–1903 London)
Etcher:
Gerald Fitzgerald (Irish, 1821–1886)
Etcher:
J. Clark (British, active mid- to late 19th century)
Etcher:
Sir John Everett Millais (British, Southampton 1829–1896 London)
Etcher:
John Wright Oakes (British, Cheshire 1820–1887 Kensington, London)
Etcher:
John Richard Clayton (British, London 1827–1913 London)
Etcher:
Henry Stacy Marks (British, London 1829–1898 London)
Etcher:
William Gale (British, London 1823–1909)
Etcher:
Arthur James Lewis (British, 1824–1901)
Etcher:
John Sleigh (British, active 1841–72)
Etcher:
Charles Samuel Keene (British, Hornsey, Middlesex 1823–1891 London)
Etcher:
Walter Severn (British, Frascati, Italy 1830–1904 London)
Etcher:
William Coutts Keppel, 7th Earl of Albemarle (British, London 1832–1894 Barnes, Surrey)
Etcher:
Henry Clarence Whaite (British, 1828–1912)
Etcher:
Charles Rossiter (British, 1827–ca. 1890)
Etcher:
Frederick Smallfield (British, 1829–1915)
Etcher:
Frederick Bacon Barwell (British, active 1855–ca. 1897)
Publisher:
William Tegg & Co. (London)
Publisher:
Scribner, Welford, & Armstrong (New York, NY)
Date:
1875
Medium:
Illustrations: etching
Dimensions:
10 13/16 x 8 3/4 x 1 1/8 in. (27.5 x 22.2 x 2.9 cm)
Classification:
Books
Credit Line:
Anonymous Gift, 1941
Accession Number:
41.102.49
Not on view
Inscription: In black ink on 2nd leaf (yellow): To my wife on her thirty fifth / Birthday 14th Feb. 1875 / Cambridge
In pencil on 2nd leaf (yellow): From / Prof. Alpheus Hyatt / my father - better keep / for the grandchildren / H...Mayor
A. Hyatt Mayor (American, 1901–1980); William M. Ivins Jr. (American, 1878–1964); Donor: A. Hyatt Mayor (American, 1901–1980) (anonyomous) Donor: William M. Ivins Jr. (American, 1878–1964) (anonyomous)
Paul Goldman Beyond Decoration: The Illustrations of John Everett Millais. London, 2005, Book Illustrations, 15 (1861-2 edition), pp. 40, 92, ill.



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