Absorbent ground : [instructions for preparing].


Allston, Washington, 1779-1843. Absorbent ground : [instructions for preparing].

Absorbent ground : [instructions for preparing].

Verso sig. of Henry Dexter, who writes "The within is the handwriting of Washington Allston."

1 item, in folder ; 25 cm.

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