The Genius of Literature presenting her Pupils to Minerva

Method Stipple
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,
Notes 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.
Framing unmounted
Price £40.00
Stock ID 28390