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An old fortune-teller is reading a young woman's fortune by looking at tea leaves at the bottom of a cup. Engraving by C.W. Sharpe after Crowley, 1842.

Crowley, Nicholas J., 1813-1857.
Date
1842

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view An old fortune-teller is reading a young woman's fortune by looking at tea leaves at the bottom of a cup. Engraving by C.W. Sharpe after Crowley, 1842.

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Publication/Creation

London : published for the proprietors; members of the Royal Irish Art Union for 1842 exclusively, 1842.

Physical description

1 print : engraving ; platemark 26.5 x 33.2 cm

Lettering

Cleas an ćopáin; Cup tossing ... painted by N.J. Crowley, R.H.A.; engraved by C.W. Sharpe; London.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 563020i

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Languages

  • Irish
  • English


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