Francesco Novello Di Carrara And The Lady Taddea...
No. 376. - "Francesco Novello di Carrara and the Lady Taddea escape from the Emissaries of Galeazzo Visconti" - painted by J. C. Hook, 1850. Exhibition at the Royal Academy in London. 'In the class of History we have "The Escape of Francesco Novello di Carrara, Lord of Padua, with Taddea d'Este, his wife", painted by Mr. Eastlake for the Vernon Gallery; and the same subject, differently, but ably, treated by Mr. J. C. Hook. Mr. Eastlake represents them in a difficult mountain pass; Mr. Hook, while seeking shelter in a thicket. We have engraved Mr. Hook's picture, as a proper compliment to the younger artist'. From "Illustrated London News", 1850. Artist Unknown. (Photo by The Print Collector/Heritage Images via Getty Images
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01 January, 1850
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