The Lover's Quarrel.From the Original Picture in the Possession of James Brown Esq.r of Hare Hills Grove near Leeds, to whom this Plate is (by Permission) respectfully Dedicated by his obedient servant; Charles Heath.
Published May 15, 1827, by Charles Heath; 6 Seymour Place, Euston Square, & Robert Jennings, Poultry.
Etching and engraving, proof with large margins, uncut. Plate 362 x 279mm. 14¼ x 11". Some staining and tears in the margins.
In a room, a woman is seated on a chair, holding a fan in her left hand, and a portrait miniature of her lover, suspended in a ribbon, in her right hand, handing it back to him, whilst he is standing at left with his back turned, his left hand on his hip, holding her portrait miniature in his right hand, preparing to hand it over to her; another woman standing behind the chair at a folding screen, looking on.
Heath: 1827.13. [p.230].
[Ref: 23646] £140.00