The same melancholy study so often repeated by him in different subjects more particularly, as Count Ugolino, in reality a banished German Count, then in London. Despair sits on the countenance, and if we can imagine him in contemplation of the dreary prospect before him, taking a review of the splendour of the past, we think it is fully exhibited in that gloomy countenance. This is a repetition of the same subject in the National Gallery. From the collection of the late Holwell Carr. [P. 13.]
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