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John Flaxman RA, 'The River Lethe' (from The Divine Comedy, Purgatory)

'The River Lethe' (from The Divine Comedy, Purgatory), 1 May 1807

After John Flaxman RA (1755 - 1826)

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'The River Lethe' (from The Divine Comedy, Purgatory)
After John Flaxman RA (1755 - 1826)
Engraved by
Tommaso Piroli (ca. 1752 - 1824)
Published by
Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme and Robert Harding Evans (1777 - 1857) and William Richard Beckford Miller (1769 - 1844) and Arthur Arch (fl. 1792 - 1838) and John Arch (fl. 1792 - 1838)
Compositions From The Hell, Purgatory, And Paradise, Of Dante Alighieri, By Iohn Flaxman, Sculptor. Engraved By Thomas Piroli, from the Drawings in Possession of Thomas Hope Esqr. 1793 , published by by Longman, Hurst, Rees and Orme, Paternoster Row (London, 1807), pl. 36
1 May 1807
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Place of Publication

145 mm x 188 mm

Royal Academy of Arts
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This image is from a book

Compositions By John Flaxman, Sculptor, R.A. From The Divine Poem Of Dante Alighieri, Containing Hell, Purgatory And Paradise. With Quotations From The Italian, And Translations From The Version Of The Reverend H. Boyd, To Each Plate. - London.

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