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James Moore - c.1760 Mezzotint, Joseph and Potiphar's wife



After Carlo Cignani. Lettered below the image with the title, two verses of four lines each in the centre 'When thus the Wanton Wife with soft Delights ... Display'd, wou'd even force him to her Arms; / Say ye brisk SParks of Britains happy Isle ... And court the Shrine? We have no Joseph's now.' and 'C,, Cignagnus Pinx,,t // James Moore Fecit.' Signed in plate. On laid.


Losses along top edge and a horizontal crease to lower section, as shown. Overall age toning present and scattered foxing. 5 cm closed tear to the lower right corner. Small 0.5cm tear to the left edge.


28.2 x 21.6cm (11.1" x 8.5")
Sheet: 38.4 x 27.5cm (15.1" x 10.8")
Plate: 33 x 22.5cm (13" x 8.9")

Artist Biography

James Moore (British; Male; 1761 - 1763; fl. c.) Mezzotinter, member of the Free Society of Artists in 1763.

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Code pm938
Artist James Moore
Date c.1760
Dimensions 28.2 x 21.6cm
Medium Mezzotint
Style Realism
Subject Classical
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