Master Prints from Two Centuries: Catalogue N. 3, 1988 (Year 21, Issue No. 210)
William Weston Gallery, London, 1988, Wraps, , , Very Good
unpag. 79 items, all illustrated in b&w. A special catalogue of unusually fine etchings and lithographs by 19th and 20th century European masters from teh William Weston Gallery.
Cabinet of American Illustration, Cartoon Drawings: Swann Collection of Caricature and Cartoon, Civil War Photographs Civil War Photographs, Drawings (Master),Farm Security Administration/Office of War Information Color Photographs, Fine Prints Fine Prints, Posters: Performing Arts Posters, Stereograph Cards Stereograph Cards, Daguerreotypes, Fenton Crimean War Photographs, Fine Prints: Japanese, pre-1915, Lomax Collection, Panoramic Photographs, Thesaurus For Graphic Materials, Van Vechten Collection, Wright Brothers Negatives, and much more.
Created by Elisabeth La Foret, Masters student in flute performance, Fall 2005.
Updated by Maranda Reilly, Spring 2010
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“WHEN FROM THE TENSE CHORDS OF THAT MIGHTY LYRE.”
I WHEN from the tense chords of that mighty lyre The Master’s hand, relaxing, falls away, And those rich strings are silent for all time, Then shall Love pine, and Passion lack her fire, And Faith seem voiceless. Man to man shall say, “Dead is the last of England’s Lords of Rhyme.” II Yet — stay! there’s one, a later-laureled brow, With purple blood of poets in his veins; Him has the Muse claimed; him might Marlowe own; Greek Sappho’s son!—men’s praises seek him now. Happy the realm where one such voice remains! His the dropt wreath and the unenvied throne. III The wreath the world gives, not the mimic wreath That chance might make the gift of king or queen. 0finder of undreamed-of harmonies! Since Shelley’s lips were hushed by envious Death, What lyric voice so sweet as this has been Blown to us on the winds from over seas?Thomas Bailey Aldrich [1836–1907]