Magicians leaving the wood where they successfully performed incantations. Etching by P.Sandby and E. Rooker, 1763, after J. Collins.
- Collins, John, approximately 1725-1758 or 1759.
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An episode in Gerusalemme liberata by Torquato Tasso, canto XIII (?)
The magicians marching off after the success of their incantations; to Willm. Windham Esqr. this plate is most humbly inscribed by his most obedient humble servt., Elizth. Jane Collins. J. Collins invt. et pixt. from Tasso's Jerusalem deliver'd; P. Sandby & E. Rooker sculp.; page 395; plate 2d.
[London] : [Elizabeth Jane Collins], [1763?]
1 print : etching ; platemark 46.3 x 54.8 cm
Wellcome Library no. 562692i
The dedicatee might be William Windham (1717-1761), Norfolk landowner and art-collector, or William Windham (ca.1706-1789), of Earsham on the Norfolk/Suffolk border