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Peri denied by Tenniel.1863a, p.129.jpg

Peri denied entrance to Paradise

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Title

Peri denied entrance to Paradise

Subject

Pictorial works

Description

This image depicts the opening of 'Paradise and the Peri' from Thomas Moore's Lalla Rookh: the Peri, a Persian angel, is disconsolate upon being barred entrance to Paradise. Found in Thomas Moore, Lalla Rookh (London: Longmans, 1863), p. 129. Persistent catalogue link: https://encore.qub.ac.uk/iii/encore_qub/record/C__Rb1495356

Creator

Tenniel, John, illustrator (1820-1914)
Dalziel brothers, engravers, active 19th century

Source

Moore collection

Publisher

London: Longmans, 1863

Date

1863-01-01

Contributor

ERIN

Rights

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Relation

www.erin.qub.ac.uk

Format

Still image/JPEG

Language

eng

Type

Illustration -- Engraved print

Identifier

John Tenniel, Peri denied entrance to Paradise, Special Collections & Archives, Queen's University Belfast, accessed July 11, 2017, http://omeka.qub.ac.uk/items/show/235

Coverage

Europe, 1817-1880

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Original Format

Engraved print

Citation

Tenniel, John, illustrator (1820-1914) Dalziel brothers, engravers, active 19th century, “Peri denied entrance to Paradise,” Special Collections & Archives, Queen's University Belfast, accessed September 25, 2017, http://omeka.qub.ac.uk/items/show/235.

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