Pubd. July 10, 1795, by I. Read No.133, Pall Mall.
Stipple and etching, sheet 270 x 200mm. 10½ x 8". Trimmed within plate.
Two girls looking to front, holding hayfork and rake, one standing, the other reclining against a hay bale; oval. Emma Crewe (active c.1780 - 1818) was a 'gifted amateur artist' who painted the frontispiece to Erasmus Darwin's 'The Loves of the Plants'. She also provided designs for Josiah Wedgewood's studio, used for cameos and plaques.
[Ref: 13884] £160.00