Folger bibliographic ID: 255362
Globe, A. Peter Stent, London printseller circa 1642-1665: p. 124
Folger call number: ART Box M368.2 no.2
Folger holdings ID: 336460
Accession Number: cs1275
A woman in contemporary dress standing, her back to the viewer, her head turned in profile, in an outdoor setting. A chicken stands by her feet
Inscribed in plate within image: "Little and lowd."
Inscribed in plate beneath image: "Nature because she would not doe mee wronge in stead of stature hath afforded tongue."
A later version of these images, reversed from what is seen here, was engraved by William Marshall. Alexander Globe suggests that the plates in this set may have been by Marshall as well (see his book on Peter Stent, p. 124, which also provides date for prints)
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