With smiling patience in her looks she went to glean [Paleman's?] Fields. This print from an original drawing by Capt. Tisdale is most respectfully dedicated to Mrs. La Touche by her obedient Humble Servt. Wm. Allen /
Capt. Tisdall Delt. ; H. Brocas Sculpt..
|Main Creator:||Brocas, Henry, 1762-1837, engraver.|
Elizabeth La Touche, (1759-1844), 2nd wife of Peter La Touche of Bellevue, M.P., for County Leitrim; daughter of Richard Vicars, owner of the estate of La Vallée, Queen's County (Offaly) ; three-quarter-length, to left, with arms folded and leaning on gate, large hat with bow, hair in long curls.
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[Dublin] : Published by W. Allen, No. 39 Dames St., [between ca. 1787 and 1829].
Title inscribed in ink l.c. on sheet.
In-house number: PA 1201.
Physical description: 1 print (in brown) : stipple ; oval image 12.3 x 8.3 cm., sheet 17.6 x 14.3 cm., cropped within plate mark.
Citations/References: Catalogue of Engraved Irish Portraits and Original Drawings / Rosalind M. Elmes. - Dublin : p. 113.
Attributed to Henry Brocas, (1762-1837), after an original drawing by Captain Tisdall.
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