Silhouette cut from black paper and set on white paper of a man preaching from a pulpit with one arm gesturing forward and the other holding a pair of spectacles, mounted in a veneered wood frame with black borders.
Augustin Edouart cut this silhouette of Rev. Charles Simeon (1759-1836) in 1828. The Rev. Simeon attended Eton College before King's College in Cambridge, where he became a Fellow in 1782. The following year he was made Vicar of Trinity Church, Cambridge. While he never held the Doctorate, the Reverend Simeon remained a Fellow and a Vicar in Cambridge until his death in 1836. This silhouette is one of a series Edouart cut of Simeon in in the pulpit.
Edouart, Auguste (Artist)
Front: "Aug Edouart fecit 1828"
Reverse: "Famous / Divine / of / Oxford - / Dr. Simson. / cut By / Mon. Edouart / Signed - Auguste, 1828 - " (This label was created by the donor and reflects her understanding of the subject's biographical details)
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- Cambridge, England
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- 10 3/4 in x 8 3/4 in x 1/2 in (HxWxD) (inches)
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Title d Accession number 1947.43 a