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Image 1893-London-Warne-01-006 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator Arthur Boyd Houghton 
Engraver Dalziel Brothers 
Title Caption A horse so excellent should not be without an appropriate name. 
Title Supplied  
Part Part I, Madrid 1605  
Chapter Chapter 1 
Subject 1.3 AQ names self DQ, his horse (Rocinante), and lady (Dulcinea)
Illustration Type Vignette
Technique Wood engraving or Xylography
Color Black and white 
Page Number
Image Dimension 100 x 90 
Page Dimension 211 x 147 
Commentary Don Quixote observes his horse while thinks about an appropriate name for it (Rocinante).
Excellent representation of the irony in Cervantes's tex; Rocinante as an old horse (almos a donkey) with some doves resting on its back.
Excellent drawing and engraving; notice don Quixote's gesture. 
Notes 1 - Same illustration first appeared in London: F. Warne, 1866.