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Scotch Washing.
Scotch Washing.
[Isaac] Cruikshank Del.
Published by T. Tegg, 111 Cheapside. [n.d., c.1810.]
Coloured etching. 245 x 350mm (9¾ x 13¾"). Trimmed within plate top and bottom.
Buxom woman lift their skirts the tample in tub by a highland stream. One stands in the stream splashing a laughing man with water, using an oar. First published dated 1810.
BM Satire 11652.
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L'Ile de Staffa et sa Grotte Basaltique.
L'Ile de Staffa et sa Grotte Basaltique.
Dessinées et Décrites par C.L.F.Panckoucke, Chevalier de la Légion-d'Honneur, Associé Correspondant de la Sociéte des Antiquaires D'Édimbourg, De l'Académie D'Archéologie de Rome.
Paris. Imprimerie de C.L.F.Panckoucke, Rue des Poitevins, no 14. MDCCCXXXI [1831].
The rare subscriber's issue. Folio, three parts in illustrated wrappers. Pt. 1, half-title, title, pp. 8, uncut, double-page map with outline colour, four numbered aquatint plates. Pt 2, wrapper with publisher's contents label stuck on and ads on back cover, pp. 9-20, four aquatint plates. Pt 3, pp. 21-32, three aquatint plates & an engraved diagram. Complete. Wear to wrappers, plates spotted.
An illustrated account of a visit to the island of Staffa in Scotland to see the famous Fingal's Cave and its hexagonally-jointed basalt columns. The cave was popularised by the composer Felix Mendelssohn, whose Opus 26 Hebrides Overture, commonly known as the Fingal's Cave Overture, was inspired by the echoes of the cave.
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