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GLAHA 52883: 'And even now a harsh voice seemed to hang about my hair': photograph of a watercolour 1896-7 - click to view larger image

GLAHA 52883
"And even now a harsh voice seemed to hang about my hair": photograph of a watercolour 1896-7
(photograph)

DES MACDONALD, Frances; (English; 1873-1921)


Materials:
photograph adhered to the card
Dimensions:
14.1 x 9.0 (photo) 30.7 x 25.5 (incl. card)
Frame:
Marks:
inscr. in pencil on verso b.r. "128 Hope St. / Glasgow -"; inscr. in pencil on verso t.l. "Illustration on Vellum by Frances Macdonald to "Rapnuzel" / by permission of T. Glenn Arthur Esq."
References:
Notes:
See GLAHA 52877. This illustrates the poem 'Rapnuzel'. Rapunzel is a fairytale in which the princess Guendolen is shut in a tower by a witch, Rapunzel, and rescued by a prince, who climbs up her long hair to reach her. This watercolour depicts the end of the poem as the witch utters curses to thwart the heroine's new happiness.
Keywords:
PHOTOGRAPH : ARCHIVAL : WATERCOLOUR : MORRIS, WILLIAM : ILLUSTRATION : DEFENCE OF GUINEVERE : POEMS : RAPNUZEL : CRM ONLINE :

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