"Why, it's young Eames". The Small House at Allington
Millais, John Everett; designer; British artist, 1829-1896
Dalziel family; printmaker; British engravers, 19th c.
Cut from The Cornhill Magazine, January 1863, illustration to The Small House at Allington, text by Anthony Trollope, facing p. 56.
black carbon ink; Medium
height, image, 158, mm
width, image, 105, mm
height, sheet, 227, mm
width, sheet, 141, mm
bequeathed; 1991; Reitlinger, Henry Scipio
Bequeathed by Henry Scipio Reitlinger, 1950, transferred from the Reitlinger Trust, 1991
signature; image lower left; printed; DALZIEL SC
monogram; image lower right; printed; JM
title; lower centre; printed; "WHY, IT'S YOUNG EAMES."
P.1087-1991; "And have I not really loved you?"
P.1086-1991; "There is Mr Harding coming out of the Deanery."
P.1088-1991; Mr Palliser and Lady Dumbello
P.1089-1991; "Devotedly attached to the young man!"
P.1090-1991; Chapter XXVIII. The Board.
P.1091-1991; The Board
P.1092-1991; "Won't you take some more wine ?"
P.1093-1991; Chapter XXXIV. The Combat.
P.1094-1991; "And you went in at him on the station?"
P.1095-1991; "Let me beg you to think over the matter again"
P.1096-1991; Chapter XXXVII. An Old Man's Complaint.
P.1097-1991; "Mamma," she said at last, "It is over now, I'm sure."
P.1098-1991; "Why, on earth, on Sunday?"
P.1099-1991; Chapter XLVI. John Eames at his Office.
P.1100-1991; Chapter LII. The First Visit to the Guestwick Bridge.
P.1101-1991; "She has refused me, and it is all over."
Object Number: P.1085-1991
(Paintings, Drawings and Prints)
(record id: 23957; input: 2001-03-13; modified: 2003-07-18)