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Sleep Escaping from the Wrath of Jupiter â€“ "But gentle Night to whom I fled for Aid (the Friend of Earth and Heaven), Her Wings Display'd" (Pope's Iliad, Book 14, line 293) - British, York 1755â€“1826 London - Artist Nationality: British - Original Medium, Materials or Technique: Pen and black ink over graphite
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