La Fleur. Amiens.La Fleur, in less than five minutes, had pull'd out his Pipe, and leading off the dance himself with the first not, set the fille de chambre, the maitre d'hotel, the cook, the scullion, and all the household, besides an old monkey a dancing; To Mrs. Thornhill, This Print is with the greatest respect Dedicated by Madam Your most Humble Serv.t W. Palmer.
[Publish'd 13 April 1787 by W. Palmer No. 163 Strand.]
Stipple, very rare. 370 x 336mm (14½ x 13¼"). Trimmed, some creasing.
A musical scene showing a kitchen; on the left, a young man dancing while playing the flute; on the right, a young woman with a hat dancing; five more figures dancing in background; a dog and a monkey dancing at the extreme left.
De Vesme: 1421.
[Ref: 30379] £260.00