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Image: Mrs. Wyllie

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Mrs. Wyllie

1895
19th century
178 x 91 mm (7 x 3.6 in.)

Henry Wolf, American, (1852–1916)
After Lawrence Alma-Tadema, Dutch and British, (1836–1912)

Object Type: print
Medium and Support: Wood engraving on tissue paper with four corners glued down on heavyweight wove paper
Print impression quality: Good
Edition: Published in “Scribner’s Magazine” December 1895, p. 679; "Printing Art," Oct. 1918, p 95
Marks: Signed in pencil, lower right: “Henry Wolf Sculpt”; signed in composition, lower left: “H. Wolf”; inscribed, upper left: “L.Alma-Tadema/ op CCCXX”
Bibliography: Ralph Clifton Smith, Life and Works of Henry Wolf, cat. no. 517.
Credit Line: Gift of the Achenbach Foundation for Graphic Arts, 1956
Accession Number: 1956.10.35

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  • female portraits
  • portraits - Representations of real individuals that are intended to capture a known or supposed likeness; for representations of fictional or mythological characters, use "figures (representations)." [March 1993 lead-in term added. April 1991 descriptor m

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  • image Dimensions: 178 x 91 mm (7 x 3.6 in.)

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