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Dinah Craik (1826-1887). Engraving. Colored

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Dinah Craik (1826-1887). Engraving. Colored

Dinah Craik (1826-1887). English novelist and poet. Engraving in The Iberian Illustration, 1888. Colored

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1888 Brooch Crossed Dinah Edging Hands Iberian Iberica Ilustracion Jewel Lace Maria Novelist Craik Miss


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This engraving, published in The Iberian Illustration in 1888, showcases the renowned English novelist and poet, Dinah Craik (1826-1887). Born in England, Craik was a contemporary figure of her time, making significant contributions to British literature during the 19th century. The image portrays Craik in an elegant pose, with her hands crossed in her lap, holding a brooch adorned with a jewel. Her attire is fashionable for the era, featuring a high-necked blouse with intricate lace edging and a voluminous skirt. The engraving is colored, adding depth and vibrancy to the portrait, capturing the essence of Craik's refined and sophisticated appearance. Craik's literary works, both as a novelist and a poet, gained great acclaim in Europe and the United Kingdom. Her most famous novels include "Olive" (1850) and "A Strayed Sheep" (1866), while her poetry collections include "The Garden of Words" (1868) and "The Golden Treasury of Poetry" (1861), which she edited with her husband, John Oxenford. This engraving is a testament to Craik's enduring legacy as a literary figure of the Victorian era. Her influence on English literature and her status as a prominent woman writer of her time continue to be celebrated in literary history.

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