Samuel Palmer (British, 1805-1881) Moeris and Galatea; The Homeward Star; The Sepulchre Three etchings, 1883-84, each state two of four, with lines of verse added in the lower margins, as published in the second edition of 'An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil' by the artist in 1884, on watermarked laid, with wide margins, 133 x 190mm (5 1/4 x 7 1/2in)(PL)  3 unframed
Lot 53
Samuel Palmer (British, 1805-1881) Moeris and Galatea; The Homeward Star; The Sepulchre Three etchings, 1883-84, each state two of four, with lines of verse added in the lower margins, as published in the second edition of 'An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil' by the artist in 1884, on watermarked laid, with wide margins, 133 x 190mm (5 1/4 x 7 1/2in)(PL) 3 unframed
£500 - 700
US$ 840 - 1,200
Lot Details
Samuel Palmer (British, 1805-1881)
Moeris and Galatea; The Homeward Star; The Sepulchre (Lister 17, 14, 16)
Three etchings, 1883-84, each state two of four, with lines of verse added in the lower margins, as published in the second edition of 'An English Version of the Eclogues of Virgil' by the artist in 1884, on watermarked laid, with wide margins, 133 x 190mm (5 1/4 x 7 1/2in)(PL)
(3) (unframed)

Footnotes

  • These etchings were begun by Samuel Palmer and completed by A.H.Palmer, the artist's younger son.
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