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An allegory of agriculture: Ceres reclining amidst a collection of farm implements, she holds a sheaf of wheat and a scythe. Engraving by W. Bromley, 1789, after a sculptural panel by Mrs E. Coade.

  • Coade, Eleanor, 1708-1794.
Date
1789
Reference
496431i
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Description

The panel is in situ at Stratfield Saye, Hampshire, seat of the Duke of Wellington, where it is called Ceres at the harvest

Publication/Creation

[London] 32 Cornhill J. Sewell 1 August 1789.

Physical description

1 print : engraving ; image 8.3 x 14.3 cm

Lettering

Agriculture. From an original pannel executed at Coad's Artificial stone Manufacture for the Earl of Portsmouth.

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 496431i

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  • English


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