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A woman with two serpents holding her finger to her lips; representing prudence. Etching, 16--.

Jenner, Thomas, active 1631-1656.
Date
[between 1600 and 1699]

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Lettering

Prudence. Prudence, bee shee maide, or wife,/ Hould shee her tounge, there is noe strife

Publication/Creation

[London (The Exchang[e])] : [Sold by Tho: Jenner], [between 1600 and 1699]

Physical description

1 print : etching ; platemark 18 x 13.7 cm.

Publications note

Antony Griffiths, The print in Stuart Britain 1603-1689, London 1998, p. 310, no. 39 ('4 Vertues', description and engraver unknown. Publisher: Thomas Jenner (1662 advertisement))

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 26635i

Language

  • English


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