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Essays on physiognomy. - London: G.G.J. and J. Robinson, 1789.

PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : etching.

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A woman sits in a chair, the right side of which is constructed in such a way as to support a piece of paper or canvas board in an upright position; in the foreground is a lighted candle which projects a silhouette of the woman on the paper.

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<p>A woman sits in a chair, the right side of which is constructed in such a way as to support a piece of paper or canvas board in an upright position; in the foreground is a lighted candle which projects a silhouette of the woman on the paper.</p>
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[Method of silhouetting]

Essays on physiognomy. - London: G.G.J. and J. Robinson, 1789.

<p>A woman sits in a chair, the right side of which is constructed in such a way as to support a piece of paper or canvas board in an upright position; in the foreground is a lighted candle which projects a silhouette of the woman on the paper.</p>
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PHYSICAL DESCRIPTION / EXTENT: 1 print : etching.

ABSTRACT

A woman sits in a chair, the right side of which is constructed in such a way as to support a piece of paper or canvas board in an upright position; in the foreground is a lighted candle which projects a silhouette of the woman on the paper.

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