[Boadicea the British Queen. Animating the Britons to defend their Country against the Romans.]
[Engraved & Published by W. Sharp, from a Drawing by T. Stothard R.A. January 28, 1812.]
Etching and engraving, proof before all letters, large margins on three sides. Plate 330 x 369mm (13 x 14½").
Boadicea standing on a horse-drawn chariot, right arm raised, holding a pike in the other hand, her hair falling down her back, addressing a group of men armed with round shields, pikes and swords, with two women sitting in the chariot, their heads in their hands, in a round-arched frame with arms of Britain and Rome in the spandrils.
See Ref: 28968 for lettered copy.
[Ref: 28994] £220.00