See the Tale of Louisa, in Poems & Essays by the late Miss Bowlder of Bath. / Louisa.While thus with agonizing Sighs They view'd the fatal place, Louisa's mild, yet stedfast Eyes Were fix'd on Henrys face.
[London Pub.d April 10th. 1789 by J.R. Smith, No.31, King Street Covt. Garden.]
Stipple. 508 x 387mm. 20 x 15¼". Trimmed into the plate along bottom edge.
Four figures on a shore, a young sailor and old woman at right and a man at right all sitting looking with distress to left, a young woman standing in the centre, holding the hand of the older man and looking with compassion towards the sailor.
[Ref: 19118] £220.00