|Artist||C. Taylor after S. Shelley|
|Published||London, Published Dec 1st 1790, by C. Taylor No 10 near Castle Street, Holborn|
|Dimensions||Image 100 x 78, Plate 90 x 45, Sheet 198 x 53 mm|
An allegorical print depicting love and beauty. Love is shown as Cupid, holding his bow and arrow. Under title are the words inscribed 'Lightsome cros'd the plains'.
Condition:Time toning, repaired tear to right of sheet, not affecting image.