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Title

Ellen and the Harper

Date

1853

People

Artist: Josiah Wood Whymper, British 19th century

Artist after: Sir John Gilbert, British 1817-1897

Artist after: Myles Birket Foster, British 1825 - 1899

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Title

Ellen and the Harper

People

Artist: Josiah Wood Whymper, British 19th century

Artist after: Sir John Gilbert, British 1817-1897

Artist after: Myles Birket Foster, British 1825 - 1899

Date

1853

Classification

Prints

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paper 99.4
people 99.4
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man 97.8
art 97.6
lithograph 97.1
etching 95.6
portrait 94.7
no person 94.6
retro 94.5
vertical 93.9
collection 89.6
text 89.4
ancient 89.2
adult 88.1

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sketch 42.6
vintage 31.4
retro 27.1
art 26.1
representation 24.1
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stamp 19.5
old 18.8
pattern 18.5
book jacket 18
antique 17.3
mail 17.2
floral 17
decorative 15
jacket 14.9
postage 14.7
graphic 14.6
card 14.2
silhouette 14.1
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paper 13.6
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frame 13.2
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postal 12.8
texture 12.5
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flower 11.5
bookmark 11.1
letter 11
philately 10.9
collection 10.8
history 10.7
wallpaper 10.7
post 10.5
ancient 10.4
envelope 10.3
leaf 10.1
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map 10.1
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Illustration 89.1
Text 88.1
Drawing 83.7
Sketch 75.8
Organism 71.5
Art 69.5
Printmaking 59.3
Paper 59.2
Figure drawing 54.8
Artwork 54.3

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text 100
drawing 98.5
book 98.5
engraving 58.6
needlework 41.5
animal 34
postal 20.2

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a close up of a book 73%
close up of a book 68.1%
a close up of text on a book 62.7%

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which
combined
the
fidelity.
SCOTT
Messrs.
our
appears
a
Messrs,
Lady
of
Lake;"-a
notice
far
brief
justice
merits
however,
in
to
numerous
woodcuts
turned
instend
he
painter's
descrip.
picturesque
pictures-
Foster
rendcred,
Birket
The
we
introduced
has
"The
ravines,
and
torrents,"
"which
resi
view;
with
her
whicnce
is
same
canto.
invited
not
peculiar
they
Tady
Bart.
Ilnstrated
Gilbert
observation,
than
this-none
fane.
The figures which are combined with the landscape are painted with the eame fidelity. Like those of Salvator Rosa, they are perfectly appropriate SCOTT AND SCOTLAND. a short notice of Messrs. It would seem scarcely necessary to the spot on which they stand." AxoxG our "reviews" of last month appears a short notice of Messrs, Black's elegant edition of "The Lady of the Lake;"-a notice far too brief to do justice to the merits of the volume ; it was all, however, for which we could then find room We are now in a position to say a little more on the subject, as well as to offer our readers examples of the ly necessary to remark, considering the wide rity of "The Lady of the Lake," that the scenery of the poem is y in the vicinity of Loch Katrine, one of the most beautiful of numerous woodcuts with which the book is illustrated. All of Scott's works of fiction, whether in prose or poetry, are fertile fields for illustration; had he turned his thoughts to painting instend of to literature, he would doubtless have made an artist of the highest order. As it was, he saw everything with a painter's eye, and recorded everything with a painter's skill: his powers of observation and descrip. the many picturesque spots with which Scotland abounds. These passages tion bring before the reader scenes of nature which we feel to be they are not " composition pictures- images of fancy,--but objects per Foster with exceeding fidelity; the figure subjects are from the peneil of f landscape have been rendcred, in the volume before us, by Mr. Birket Mr. John Gilbert. The first of the two we have introduced represents fectly familiar to the traveller who has wandered through the localities he writes of, and perfectly recognisable by him. "The rocks, the ravines, and the torrents," said a writer in the Quarterly Review," more than forty years since, "which he exhibits, are the finished studies of a resi Ellen and the aged harper, as described in the commencement of the dent artist, deliberately drawn from different points of view; each has second canto ; the other exhibits Ellen with her faleon aud dogs, whose its true shape and position; it is a portrait; it has its name, by whicnce thus is also given in the same canto. These engravings have the spectator is invited to examine the exactness of the resemblanee. not been selected on account of any peculiar excellence they may possess ; they are only fair specimens of the whole series. We repeat our former d The Tady of the Lake B Sir W. Seott, Bart. Ilnstrated by John Gilbert observation, that a nore elegant " book for the senson " has not yet come and Birket Foster. PabMished by A. & C. Hlack, Edinbargh under our notice than this-none more worthy of the poet's fane.
figures
landscape
painted
those
appropriate
scarcely
necessary
month
edition
do
;
it
for
We
well
as
rity
scenery
poem
y
illustrated.
fiction,
prose
painting
literature,
have
made
artist
observation
passages
reader
feel
be
"
fancy,--but
subjects
peneil
been
first
traveller
through
localities
writes
perfectly
Quarterly
Review,"
dent
deliberately
from
Ellen
true
its
name,
engravings
spectator
exactness
possess
former
Lake
that
book
come
PabMished
Hlack,
Edinbargh
more
Like
Rosa,
AND
SCOTLAND.
would
seem
spot
on
"reviews"
short
all,
then
room
little
offer
examples
Loch
Katrine,
most
works
poetry,
fertile
thoughts
doubtless
was,
saw
everything
eye,
skill:
composition
exceeding
are
f
before
us,
Mr.
Gilbert.
represents
fectly
familiar
recognisable
him.
rocks,
said
since,
harper,
described
commencement
artist,
each
dogs,
shape
thus
given
examine
selected
may
fair
specimens
whole
Seott,
by
senson
yet
A.
&
eame
AxoxG
last
Black's
elegant
too
could
find
now
say
subject,
ly
considering
Lake,"
one
beautiful
All
Scott's
whether
or
illustration;
order.
As
recorded
abounds.
These
tion
scenes
images
per
fidelity;
John
who
wandered
writer
forty
finished
studies
drawn
canto
exhibits
whose
position;
portrait;
also
resemblanee.
account
any
excellence
series.
repeat
d
B
W.
Foster.
C.
worthy
Salvator
It
stand."
volume
was
position
readers
remark,
wide
vicinity
fields
had
his
an
highest
powers
many
spots
Scotland
bring
nature
objects
figure
two
of,
years
exhibits,
aged
different
points
second
other
faleon
aud
only
Sir
nore
under
poet's