The Fisherman


Engraving after original painting by Gaspard Dughet [called Poussin] once in the Gallery at Houghton. Now in the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, with descriptive title Landscape with a Fisherman. Print tipped onto sheet bound in George P. Marsh’s copy of The Houghton Gallery, vol. 1.

The painter Gaspard Dughet took the name Poussin after the French artist Nicolas Poussin, his mentor and the husband of his sister.

Date Made: 1775

Original Artist: Dughet, GaspardDelineator: Farington, JosephPublisher: Boydell, JohnEngraver: Mason, James

Place Made: United Kingdom: England, London

Subject: LandscapeFishing


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Credit Line: Marsh Collection

Data Source: National Museum of American History

Id Number: 1978.0534.02.51Accession Number: 1978.0534Catalog Number: 1978.0534.02.51

Object Name: printengravingObject Type: Engraving

Physical Description: paper (overall material)ink (overall material)Measurements: overall: 40.2 cm x 48.1 cm; 15 13/16 in x 18 15/16 in


Record Id: nmah_1694095

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