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Angling, (silhouette)

Hubard, James Master
Exhibition Catalogs
Appears in exhibition catalog as entry no. 26
The small white landscape, on black paper, No. 26, it is presumed, was the occasion of the following verse, being written and left in the exhibition room at Liverpool: TO MASTER HUBARD, ON HIS TREE, CUT IN PAPER. Fair hand, that can on virgin paper write,/ Yet from the stain of ink preserve it white:/ Whose travel o'er that silver field doth show,/ Like track of leverets in morning snow./ Love's image thus in purest minds is wrought,/ Without a spot or blemish to the thought./ Strange, that your fingers should the pencil foil,/ Without the help of colours or of oil:/ For though a painter boughs and leaves can make,/ 'Tis you alone can make them bend and shake;/ Whose breath salutes your new created grove,/ Like southern winds, and makes it gently move./ Orpheus could make the forest dance; but you/ Can make the motion, and the forest too. [P. 13; exhibited under heading: "Landscapes, Trees, Flowers, &c.".]
A Catalogue of the Subjects contained in the Hubard Gallery; to which is prefixed a Brief Memoir of Master Hubard. Price Sixpence. New York: Printed by D. Fanshaw, No. 1 Murray-St. 1824.
Recreation--Sport & Play--Fishing
Figure(s) In Exterior--Water
Control number:
AECI 02970023
Data Source:
Pre-1877 Art Exhibition Catalogue Index

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