Pilgrim's Progress [writing blank].

Author
Bunyan, John, 1628-1688 [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
London : W. Belch, Newington Butts, [not before 1819].
Description
1 broadsheet : hand-colored illustrated ; 484 x 390 mm.

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Subject(s)
Christian lifePictorial works [Browse]
Notes
  • An unused writing sheet with ten vignettes illustrating scenes from Bunyan's Pilgrim's Progress. The headpiece shows Christian leaving his wife and family. The illustration at the foot of the sheet shows Pilgrim gaining the shores of Paradise and approaching the heavenly city. The smaller border illustrations show Repentance pardoning the sinner; Christian's meeting with Evangelist; the picture of the Pilgrim's guide; Christian climbing the Hill Difficulty with the figures of Danger and Destruction beneath him; the Wicked being tormented by a devil; Christian arriving at the Wicket Gate; Christian being relieved of his burden; and the arbour where Christian sleeps.
  • Plate mark: 451 x 363 mm.
  • Watermark: T. Edmonds 1819.
OCLC
1340476764
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