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|Title:||A Lover's Complaint|
|Authors:||Corbould, Henry, 1787-1844, del.|
Bacon, Frederick, 1803-1887, sculp.
|Keywords:||Poems;Cupid;Prints;Corbould, Henry, 1787-1844--Artist;Bacon, Frederick, 1803-1887--Engraver;Trees;Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616|
|Abstract:||This poem written in rhyme royal and attributed to William Shakespeare was first printed in "Sonnets" in 1609. It shows a young couple outdoors. A cupid is seen in the upper right corner preparing to shoot an arrow. Text on the print: "Look here what tributes wounded fancies sent me. Of paled pearls, and rubies red as blood."|
|Description:||The print was scanned at 1200 dpi for the Tiff.|
|Appears in Collections:||Farnsworth Shakespeare Print Collection Images|
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