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1998.5561 (RS22402)

Description

Framed print of a young woman in nun's habit instructing a young girl w/ an open book. Woman is seated in a chair; girl leans on her lap. Table in background behind girl contains more books and a religious figurine. In a walnut frame w/ molded edges.

Details

Maker
Felon, Joseph (Artist)
Goupil & Cie., Editors (Editor)
Probably Knoedler, M. (Maker)
Date
1853
Inscriptions
Printed at bottom: ""Joseph felon/ Imp. Lemercier, Paris./ PETITES ETUDES POUR LE GENRE ET LA FIGURE/ NO. 4/ Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1853, by M. Knoedler, in the clerk's office...for the Southern district of New York./ Berlin, Verlag von GOUPIL & Cie/ Paris. GOUPIL et Cie"" Embossed at bottom: ""GOUPIL & CO/ EDITEORS/ A PARIE""
Location of origin
Paris, France; New York, NY, USA
Associated Building
Original to Castle Tucker (Wiscasset, Me.).
Material
paper (fiber product)
printing (process)
Object type
Art
Places
New York state (United States)
Descriptive terms
figure- and animal-derived motifs
paper (fiber product)
PICTURE, RELIGIOUS
printing (process)
prints (visual works)
Religion
religions (concept)
Transfer Printed
Unidentified Paper
Women
women (female humans)
Dimensions
20.75 x 16.125 x 1.25 (HxWxD) (inches)
Accession Number
1998.5561
Credit Line
Gift of Miss Jane S. Tucker
GUSN
23622

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