Sketch after Cecil Lawson's "Swan and Iris"
|Medium:||etching and drypoint|
|Size:||142 x 82 (1); 134 x 82 (2) mm|
|Set/Publication:||E. W. Gosse, 'Cecil Lawson, a Memoir', London, 1883|
|No. of States:||6|
|Impressions taken from this plate (32)|
The copper plate has not been located. It was not the same size as any other plate. It was reduced in size in the third state, from approximately 143 x 83mm to 134 x 82mm (the size being estimated from platemarks on different impressions; the reduced size can vary between 133 to 135mm in height and 80 to 84mm in width, according to the paper).