1890P86 But O For the Touch of a Vanished Hand
|Title:||1890P86 But O For the Touch of a Vanished Hand|
But O For the Touch of a Vanished Hand, 1888
* In 1882, Langley settled in Newlyn, Cornwall. The subjects of his paintings were typically Cornish fishermen and their families. The title is taken from the Tennyson poem 'Break Break Break'.
Birmingham Museums Trust/Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery,
|Usage Rights:||CC0 - Public Domain|
|Size:||84.98 MB; 6484 x 4579 pixels; 549 x 388 mm (print at 300 DPI); 1716 x 1212 mm (screen at 96 DPI);|