William Henry Pyne, Rabbit-Woman

Pyne, William Henry (1769 London 1843). Rabbit-Woman. The rabbit and duck seller, offering her wares on a pole over her shoulder. Aquatint printed in color and colored by hand for William Miller. 1805. 13½ × 10 in (34.3 × 25.5 cm).

From Lipperheide Gca 18 (edition of 1808). – With text sheet. – Three sides trimmed under loss of the platemark, but not impairing because of lots of white plate margin. – Impression from 1819 on Charles Wise paper. – Charming genre scene.

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