File:Temple of the muses PrincetonUniversity.jpg

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Interior view of the Jones & Co bookselling premises in Finsbury Square, London, which were known as "The Temple of the Muses", a quite remarkable establishment begun by James Lackington and sold to Jones & Co... engraving, color tinted.

Date Published Nov. 15, 1828, Jones & Co. Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square, London. Uploaded January 21, 2008
Source engraving/etching by William Wallis (fl.1816-1855) after Thomas Hosmer Shepherd (1793-1864), Temple of the Muses, Finsbury Square. London: Jones & Co., 1828. Etching and aquatint with added hand-coloring.

Probably from the "Jones' University edition of British Classic Authors" (probably dedication or frontispiece page), 1828

Found at Princeton University Graphic Arts aquisitions/collectionsblog, page,

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Author Drawn by Thomas Hosmer Shepherd. Engraved by W. Wallis. Uploaded by User:Lar
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PD due to age (published 180 years ago)

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see also Image:Temple of the muses exterior colored.jpg for exterior view

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