Coloured oval stipple engraving by Charles Turner (1774-1857) after John Masquerier (1778-1855) of Parisot dancing in a pastoral setting in a flowing diaphanous costume with one breast exposed, a garland of flowers above her head, full length. Proof before letters. Rose ca. 1778-after 1837 PARISOT.

Coloured oval stipple engraving by Charles Turner (1774-1857) after John Masquerier (1778-1855) of Parisot dancing in a pastoral setting in a flowing diaphanous costume with one breast exposed, a garland of flowers above her head, full length. Proof before letters

[London]: [C. Turner], [1799]. 290 x 215 mm., sheet size 374 x 287 mm. Printed on laid paper.

Some minor wear and browning; small edge tears. Quite a good copy overall.

Hall III, p. 296 (uncoloured with letters). British Museum 1891,0414.211 (uncoloured with letters). RAM 07/726 (coloured with letters).

Parisot initially danced in Paris but later moved to London and danced there from 1796 to 1807, predominantly at The King's Theatre but also at Drury Lane. Her dancing was highly regarded by her contemporaries. Item #29860

Price: $750.00  other currencies

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