18th C. Engraving from Shakespeare's Play King Henry V

Striking scene of King Henry V being led on his white horse by one of his knights. The knight holds the king's shield emblazoned with a lion. This is Act 3, Scene 3, Before the gates of Harfleur.......King Henry & his train. The engraving was published in Dec. 1798 by J & J Boydell. The painting from which this engraving was made was by R. Westall, Royal Academy, and the Engraving was by Ja. Stow. The paper has a 1" tear at the bottom margin that does not affect the image. There is a good deal of foxing on this print which should be cleaned before framing. The overall sheet size is 13.5 x 16.5", and the image size is 6 3/8 x 10 5/8". There are some small pinholes on the left margin where this was once bound into a book.

Item ID: ETT52911

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