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The Fight for the Body of Patroclus (Illustration of Pope's Translation of the "Iliad" of Homer, Book XVII, line 325), John Flaxman, after 1794, pen (and brush ?) and grey ink over graphite on wove paper, mounted on cream wove paper
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Drawing
Accession number
1550
Date
after 1794
Category
European and American Prints and Drawings
Leucothea Preserving Ulysses (Illustration to Pope's Translation of the "Odyssey" of Homer, Book V, line 429), John Flaxman, May 1792, pen (and brush ?) and grey ink over graphite on wove paper, mounted on cream wove paper
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Artist
Medium
Drawing
Accession number
1551
Date
May 1792
Category
European and American Prints and Drawings
Morning (Illustration to Pope's Translation of the "Odyssey" of Homer, Book XII, line 2), John Flaxman, c. 1792-1794, pen (and brush ?) and grey ink over graphite on wove paper, mounted on cream wove paper
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Artist
Medium
Drawing
Accession number
1552
Date
c. 1792-1794
Category
European and American Prints and Drawings
Scylla (Illustration to Pope's Translation of Homer's "Odyssey", Book XII, line 294), John Flaxman, c. 1792-1794, pen (and brush ?) and grey ink over graphite on wove paper, mounted on cream wove paper
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Artist
Medium
Drawing
Accession number
1553
Date
c. 1792-1794
Category
European and American Prints and Drawings
Ulysses Preparing to Fight with Irus (Illustration to Pope's Translation of the "Odyssey" of Homer, Book XVIII, line 86), John Flaxman, c. 1792-1794, pen (and brush ?) and grey ink over graphite on wove paper, mounted on cream wove paper
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Artist
Medium
Drawing
Accession number
1554
Date
c. 1792-1794
Category
European and American Prints and Drawings

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