From:Nathan Lyons Research Center, Visual Studies Workshop
About this objectDepicted is an engraving that represents the poem, “Bring the Bright Garlands Hither,” by Thomas Moore.
John Tallis & Co. Publ. John Tallis and Co. was a successful Publishing Company in England, Australia, and America from 1835-1860. The Company was originally a father and son establishment. The son was named for his father and when the senior partner tragically passed in 1842, the second John was left as proprietor. The entrepreneurial son found a niche market in cartography (map making) and established a reputation for quality maps. Though, John Tallis & Co. was best known for cartography—their arsenal of engravers also created steel engravings of literary figures in portrait.
Place MadeLondon, England
MakerJohn Tallis & Co. Publ.
Date Madec.a. 1840
Medium and Materialssteel engraving
Inscription and Marksrecto: [ink print] The Garlandrecto: [ink print] “Bring the bright garlands hither, E’er yet a leaf is dying.” NATIONAL AIRS.recto: [ink print] JOHN TALLIS & COMPANY, LONDON, EDINBURGH, DUBLIN & NEW YORK.recto: [ink print] Painted by J. Woodrecto: [ink print] Engraved by E. Findenverso: [pencil] T149verso: [pencil] 78:094:2
Measurementsimage: 28.3 cm x 20.4 cm
overall: 36.7 cm 27.3 cm
Subject and Association Keywords19th century engraving
Subject and Association Keywords1800s
Subject and Association KeywordsJohn Tallis & Co. Publ.
Subject and Association KeywordsLondon
Subject and Association KeywordsSteel Engraving
CollectionCollection of Visual Studies Workshop