A Lying In Visit

Copy after Thomas Rowlandson British
Publisher John Harris British

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A new mother sits in a chair at right, near a cradle. Her baby is held by a nurse and passed to a woman visitor seated at left to kiss. Further to the left, an elderly woman holds a muff, and a younger woman holds a cup of tea. A reverse copy of a Rowlandson print of 1808.

A Lying In Visit, Copy after Thomas Rowlandson (British, London 1757–1827 London), Hand-colored etching

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