Flaxman recommends an unspecified person for employment in [West's] "Showroom."
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The classical compositions of John Flaxman, R.A., sculptor, comprising the Iliad and Odyssey of Homer, and the tragedies of Aeschylus, engraved at Rome by Piroli; and the Theogony, and Works and days of Hesiod engraved by William Blake
Wedgewood and his works. A selection of his plaques, cameos, medallions, vases, etc. from the design of Flaxman and others. [Microform] Reproduced in permanent photography by the autotype process. With a sketch of his life and the progress of his fine-art manufactures, by Eliza Meteyard