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Title: The sisters.

Author-Creator: Inman, Henry, 1801-1846, artist.

Date: 1828

Call Number: Annuals B Atla 1828 plate

Keywords: Annuals, Books, Durand, A. B. (Asher Brown), 1796-1886, engraver., Girls Pictorial works., Sisters Pictorial works., Intaglio prints., Book illustrations., Inman, Henry, 1801-1846, artist.

Notes: This plate appears as the frontispiece in The Atlantic souvenir; a Christmas and New Year's offering, 1829, Philadelphia, 1828. Also appears as the frontispiece in The lily, a holiday present, New York, 1838 and 1840, and accompanies poem “On two sisters” by F.M. Reynolds on p. [51]. Also appears facing p. [51] in Forget me not, a gift for all seasons, New York, ca. 1849, and accompanies the same poem “On two sisters” on p. [51]. Also appears as the frontispiece in The Floweret, New York, ca. 1842. Also appears facing p. 103 in Lady's album, New York, ca. 1843 and accompanies the poem “The sisters” by Shakespeare on p. 103.

Subject: Image of two young sisters, Catherine and Emma Livingston wearing short-sleeved dresses, standing with their arms around each other. The girl on the left carries a large hat in her proper right hand, and the girl at right holds a flower in her proper left hand.

Related Names: Durand, A. B. (Asher Brown), 1796-1886, engraver.