Watercolour sketch for Anstey's Bath Guide No. 35 c.1815
4 0 c m
 
28cm
actual image size: 20cm x 32cm

Watercolour sketch for Anstey's Bath Guide No. 35 c.1815

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Description

The fair Jezabella what art can adorn, Whose cheeks are like roses that blush in ye morn, Those hopes which Venus might take as a favour, Tell a victim at once to an outlandish shaver. Tis a wig en vergette, that from Paris was brought, Un t̻te comme il faut, that the varlet has bought, Of a beggar, whose head he has shav'd for a groat. A series of 63 clever humorous original watercolour drawings. Sneyd's Illustrations to Christopher Anstey's The Bath Guide original coloured drawings c.1815.
 

Image Reference

13478
 

Collection Reference

B741.59 SNE p35
 

Original Width (mm)

186
 

Original Height (mm)

297
 

Collection Location

Bath Central Library
 

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