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Just published, 59. A SERIES OF HIGHLY FINISHED ENGRAVINGS FROM SHAKESPEARE'S SEVEN AGES OF MAN. By Mr. WILLIAM BROMLEY, who has already fo ably diftinguished himfelfin MACKLIN's Bible, Bowyer's HISTORY OF ENGIA ND, and other Works of equal Celebrity, from Designs by M*. STOTHARD, R. A. accompanied with Descriptions, Historical, Moral, and Entertaining.
By an eminent Literary Character. This Work consists of Four Numbers, comprising Seven Plates, comprehending the Seven Ayes; a beautiful Vignette characteristic of the subject, and the Passage complete from Shakespeare.
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Monthly Magazine for September, 1801. “This very beautiful Work, which we ought to have noticed in a former nun:ber, confits of leven exqnifitely fine engravings, cleven and an half inches by eight, characteristic of the Seven Ages of Man, and a highly finished Vignotte, evidently taken from Pope's Effay. Without' entering, at large, into the merits of each plate, all of which are done in a very superior style, we cannot help recommending to public notice, the School Boy, in the first number; and the picture of Second Childishness, in the last, as two of the finest pieces of composition' wo have seen; the tardiness of tire former, in his road to school, and the debility of the latter, " sans teeth, fans eyes, sans taste, sans every thing," cannot fail of leaving deep impreffions in the mind of every spectator of the taste and execution of the artists. The illustrations are well adapted to the different subjects: as an introduction, the commenTátor has traced the different authors of antiquity, as well as those of more 'modern titres, who have divided the round of lerman existence into separate ages.
<< The other plates are illustrated by historical observations and by quotations from ancient and mouern poets. In contemplating the fecond period of life,tlic author-has, we think, successfully combated the common 'notion, that childhood is the happiest part of mortal existence, and has thrown out hints for the improvement of that part of education which is devoted to the attainment of the dead languages. The lover is illustrated principally by references to Anacreon, Horace, and our own poet, Thomson. In the two next scenes he has made Shakespeare his commentator, and has shewn that the description of the soldier was evidently taken from the character of Hotspur, Tbe observations on old age and childishness, are highly appro
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