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William Ward (1766-1826) after G. Morland - 1788 Stipple Engraving, Constancy



A hand-coloured stipple engraving by William Ward ARA (1766-1826) after his brother-in-law George Morland (1763-1804) depicting a young woman, titled 'Constancy'. Inscribed in plate to the lower edge are the lines: 'Firm as the rock on which I lean, / My mind is fixt, and cannot move; / Tho foaming billows roll between / I'll ne'er forsake the youth I love'. Also inscribed with the date and names of both artists in plate to the lower edge. Presented in a verre eglomise mount and a gilt frame with a bead course to the inner edge. On wove.


There is some foxing and discolouration. There are some scuffs and areas of retouching to the frame.


27.9 x 18.1cm (11" x 7.1")
Framed Size: 46.2 x 35.7cm (18.2" x 14.1")

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Code qw649
Artist William Ward ARA (1766-1826) after George Morland (1763-1804)
Date 1788
Dimensions 27.9 x 18.1cm
Medium Engraving
Style Realism
Subject Portrait
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