Herbert Bourne (after Millais) – ‘Isabella’


Herbert Bourne (c1820 – 1885)

c 1881 Engraving after the painting by John Everett Millais R.A.

Engraving on wove. Image size 17.7cm X 24.3cm

Published by J.S.Virtue & Co. Ltd.

Very good condition.

Title, medium, artists’ and publishers’ names all printed in lower margin

In new, off white, conservation quality mount.

£70 GBP. (For euros and USA dollars please check current exchange rates).

This picture is in a mount, but is unframed and so can easily be delivered within the UK, to Europe, the USA, and to many International Destinations by fully insured post.

Herbert Bourne c1820 – 1885. An English line engraver based in London and exhibiting in London 1831 – 1835, also engraving plates published in the ‘Art Journal’ between 1851 and 1886, and contributing plates for S. C. Hall’s Royal Gallery of Art in 1858 & 1860. This is An engraving of Millais’ early Pre-Raphaelite painting ‘Isabella’ which was itself inspired by the poem by Keats.

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