Portrait of Mrs Fairlie, seated whole-length on steps with embroidered cover beside a pond, directed to left and facing the front, holding a baby in her arms and with her son sitting at left on the step below at her feet; flowers and fruit decorate the area, with pillar and curtain behind at right and trees beyond at left; after Alfred Edward Chalon Engraving, stipple and etching


Thing

Made Of
paper
Type of Thing
print
School
British
Techniques
etching, stipple, engraving

Place

In Gallery
British Masters Plan Press

Time

Acquired In
1866
Made
1828-1856

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