|Artist||John Chapman after Daniel Dodd|
|Published||London, Published as the Act directs, Augt. 22, 1795, by I. Wilkes|
|Dimensions||Image 230 x 179 mm,|
Minerva standing at right, gesturing towards a couple standing with linked arms at right, an angel on a cloud between them taking the man's hand and pointing up towards a sun inscribed 'Literature' and emblazoned with implements for study and cherub heads; after Daniel Dodd. An illustration from an unidentified publication.
Daniel Dodd (fl. 1761 - 1780) was a portrait and flower painter in crayons and miniature, occasionally in oils, probably the father of D.P. Dodd who exhibited at the FS 1761-80 and SA 1772, 1780. Dodd worked as a designer for Carington Bowles and is believed to have taught the miniaturist Smart.
Condition: Light creasing to top left forner, small circular scratch to top left corner.