Nymphs adorning the Statue of Pan

Made:
1776 in London
artist:
Angelica Kauffmann
engraver:
William Wynne Ryland

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Stipple engraving, Nymphs adorning the Statue of Pan, by William Wynne Ryland, issued 1776, after a painting by Angelica Kauffmann. Printed in red, on laid paper; cut to roundel, 31.5cm diameter, in new mount and frame, 46x46x3cm. Formerly inventoried as a sun picture by James Watt; please see information sheet for fuller details. NB: Two nymphs, not one.

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Category:
Art
Object Number:
1884-16 Pt6
Materials:
aquatint engraving, paper
Measurements:
frame: 460 mm x 460 mm x 30 mm,
image: 315 mm,
type:
print
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
Patent Office Museum

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