A man writing; representing the faculty of memory. Engraving, 16--.

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[not later than 1662]
Reference:
26812i
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The foure faculties of the minde
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A man writing; representing the faculty of memory. Engraving, 16--. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0). Source: Wellcome Collection.

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Though these prints are described by Griffiths (loc. cit.) as half-length women, two prints in the set are full-length figures of seated men and two are three-quarter length figures of seated women

Publication/Creation

[London] : [Sould by Tho: Ienner at the Exc[h]ange dore], [not later than 1662]

Physical description

1 print : line engraving ; platemark 18.4 x 12.4 cm.

Lettering

Memorie. A com(m)on inne all com(m)ers to reteyne./ A sive where good run(n)e out & bad remayne./ A burrow with a thousand vermin hydes./ A den where nothinge that is good abides

References note

Antony Griffiths, The print in Stuart Britain 1603-1689, London 1998, p. 308, no. 17 ('The foure faculties of the minde', Publisher: Thomas Jenner (1662 advertisement))

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Wellcome Collection 26812i

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