Lauce and His Dog. Augustus Egg, painter. Magazine of Art 16 (1893): 44. [Click on image to enlarge it.] Image capture and formatting by George P. Landow. You may use this image without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the Internet Archive and the University of Tornto and (2) link your document to this URL in a web document or cite the Victorian Web in a print

The celebrated engineer, the late Isambard Brunel, being anxious to form a Shakespearian Gallery, deputed the first artists of the day to paint subjects illustrating various scenes from the works of our famous dramatist. . . . The Leicester Gallery has been fortunate enough to secure two of this series — "Launce and His Dog," from the Two Gentlemen of Verona, by A. L. Egg, R.A., and "Macbeth and the Witches," by clarkson Stanfield, R.A. The former, an excellent example of Egg's work. [46]


“The Leicester Corporation of Art Gallery — II.” Magazine of Art 16 (December 1892-November 1893): 44-51. Hathi Trust Digital Library version of a copy in the University of Michigan Library. Web. 10 September 2013.

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