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  • Component of series :: Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded
  • Dimension height :: 26.7cm
  • Dimension height :: 30.1cm
  • Dimension height :: 39.7cm
  • Dimension width :: 36.1cm
  • Dimension width :: 37.9cm
  • Dimension width :: 50.2cm
  • Located in :: New Haven
  • Located in :: Not on view
  • Located in :: Yale Center for British Art
  • Object type :: intaglio print
  • Subject Concept :: architectural subject
  • Subject Concept :: carriage
  • Subject Concept :: cobblestone
  • Subject Concept :: crest
  • Subject Concept :: dress
  • Subject Concept :: driver
  • Subject Concept :: genre subject
  • Subject Concept :: handkerchief
  • Subject Concept :: hat
  • Subject Concept :: horses (animals)
  • Subject Concept :: leaving
  • Subject Concept :: literary theme
  • Subject Concept :: manor
  • Subject Concept :: men
  • Subject Concept :: nobleman
  • Subject Concept :: reins
  • Subject Concept :: secrecy
  • Subject Concept :: secrets
  • Subject Concept :: servants
  • Subject Concept :: travel
  • Subject Concept :: wheels
  • Subject Concept :: whip
  • Subject Concept :: windows
  • Subject Concept :: women
  • Subject Object :: Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded (1740) by Samuel Richardson (1689-1761)
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  • Yale Center for British Art, Yale Art Gallery Collection, Gift of the Library Associates
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  • Pamela setting out in the travelling Chariot (for her Father's as She is made to believe) takes her farewel of Mrs. Jervis, and the other servants; Mr. B. observing her from the window; by whose private order she is carried into Lincolnshire
  • Pamela setting out in the travelling Chariot (for her Father's as She is made to believe) takes her farewel of Mrs. Jervis, and the other servants; Mr. B. observing her from the window; by whose private order she is carried into Lincolnshire
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