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Author
Harrild, Robert, 1780-1853 [author]
Title
Four patriarchs
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Writing blank of 1811 entitled The four patriarchs; Biblical references given with each caption; Abraham entertaining three angels; Abraham offering up his son Isaac; Isaac meeting Rebecca; Isaac blessing Jacob; Jacob meeting with Rachel at the well; Jacobs vision of the ladder; Joseph sold to the Ishmeelites; Joseph raised to honor by Pharaoh; Harding B 44(37)
Date 1 May 1811
Dimensions single sheet; 480 x 385 mm; paper
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20031204/14:17:55$jl; Harding B 44(37)
place of creation [London] (England): Harrild, Robert
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