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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 N.J. Crowley, 1842.

  • Crowley, Nicholas J., 1813-1857.
Date
1842
Reference
563020i
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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. This plate engraved from the original picture purchased by the Royal Irish Art Union is given as an additional engraving to the members of that society for the year 1842. Ormonde, President. Stewart Blacker, Hon.y Sec.y. Painted by N.J. Crowley, R.H.A.; engraved by C.W. Sharpe; London.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 563020i

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  • Irish
  • English


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