G. White Fecit.
|Main Creator:||White, George, 1671 or 1689-1732, engraver.|
Colonel Thomas Blood, (ca.1618-1680), adventurer, who attempted to steal the Crown Jewels; half-length, to left, face turned and looking to front, long hair, cravat, dark gown; oval frame cut in rectangle.
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[London] : S: Sympson, The Strand, near Catherine Street, [not before 1714].
Title printed l.c..
Accompanied by a slip of paper with the following text inscribed in pencil: "This noted Villain was son of a Blackmsith in Ireland. Charles the second rewarded his villainy with a [pension?]". Slip housed with old mounts returned from Delmas, size I.
Physical description: 1 print : mezzotint ; 25.6 x 18.7 cm.
Citations/References: Catalogue of Portrait Prints / Rosalind M. Elmes. - Dublin 1937, p. 20.
Mezzotint attributed to George White, (1671 or 1689-1732).
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|EP BLOO-TH (1) I||
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Reproduction rights owned by National Library of Ireland.