The author of "Lalla Rooke".
Portrait of Thomas Moore, poet, (1779-1852); whole-length, sitting at table, writing with a pen in his right hand, left hand holding a book open, head turned to right and looking to right, right foot on a cushion. Behind him is a grape vine entwined around a portrait of Anakern.
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[London?] : [s.n.] ; [between ca. 1831 and 1883].
Plate for Fraser's Magazine's "A Gallery of Illustrious Characters", (1830-1838).
Facsimile of autograph printed l.c..
Physical description: 1 print : pen & ink lithograph ; image 22.3 x 16 cm., sheet 27.6 x 21 cm..
Attributed to Daniel Maclise, (1806-1870), who contributed character sketches of contemporaries for Fraser's Magazine under the pseudonym Alfred Croquis. The sketches were later published as "The Maclise Portrait Gallery" (1871). The sketches were published again in 1874 and 1883.
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