1. Queen Anne St. Sep 23
|Main Creator:||Gregory, Lady, 1852-1932|
Drawing of an Assyrian figure
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September 23rd, [ca. 1893?]
1 Queen Anne Street was the London home of the Layards. Lady Layard (1843-1913) was a close friend of Lady Greogry and hosted her frequently at her homes in London, England, and Venice, Italy
Inscribed in pencil l.c.: What songs has the strange image heard? / In what blind vigil stood interred / For ages, till an English word / Broke silence first at Nineveh?
Title inscribed in pencil m.r.
Physical description: 1 drawing pencil 13.7 x 22.4 cm.
Citations/References: Lady Gregory's Diaries 1892-1902 / Edited by James Pethica. - Colin Smythe Limited, England 1996 footnote, page 13
Attributed to Lady Augusta Gregory
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|PD 3038 TX 1||
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