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Image 1853-NewYork-Appleton-01-010 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator John Gilbert (copied after) 
Engraver John William Orr 
Title Caption  
Title Supplied Don Quixote and the enchanted Dulcinea 
Part Part II, Madrid 1615  
Chapter Chapter 10 
Subject 10.2 The three labradoras
10.3 SP presents to DQ the enchanted Dulcinea
Illustration Type Chapter illustration
Technique Wood engraving or Xylography
Color Black and white 
Page Number f.p. 284 
Image Dimension 112 x 93 
Page Dimension 229 x 145 
Commentary Well-known scene; don Quixote kneels down before a peasant girl introduced by Sancho as Dulcinea.
From the whole edition, this illustration has the most "careless" and "free" drawing/engraving; the effects are quite interesting (see the faces of the three peasant girls, almost deformed).
Don Quixote's expression, almost in ecstasy, is remarkable too. 
Notes 1 - Excellent and highly-detailed copy after Gilbert's illustration (London: Charles Daly, 1842 and London: Bohn, 1842).