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Place of creation
No place, unknown, or undetermined
Support: 18.400 x 21.500 cm
Image: 13.300 x 16.500 cm
Secondary support: 44.800 x 33.100 cm
Platemark: 18.400 x 21.500 x 0.100 cm (original)
Scope and content
Interior scene with four ladies, (one seated,) illustrates the poem below.
De Ros was in the same social circle as another artist in this album, Capt. Courtenay Boyle (1990-207-6X). His cousin John, son of the Earl of Cork, m. Cecilia de Ros, sister of Lord de Ros, in 1835.
Copy negative C-105160
1990-207 X DAP
Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1990-207-8
Signatures and inscriptions
Inscription: in pen and brown ink on support, recto, l.r.: Olivia C.F. de Roos del; on paper frame, recto, b.: Lady thou weepest for the maniac's woe/And thou art fair, & thou like me, art young/Oh! may thy bosom never, never know/The pangs with which my wretched heart is wrung
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