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|Illustration No.||1  |
|Illustrator||Richard Corbould / R. W. Satchwell (emblems and ornaments)|
|Engraver||Charles Turner Warren|
|Title Caption||DON QUIXOTE. Sancho Panza's concern at the disastrous result of Don Quixote's infatuated attack upon the windmills|
|Part||Part I, Madrid 1605|
8.2 Adventure of the windmills (giants)
|Color||Black and white|
|Page Number||f. title page|
|Image Dimension||117 x 80|
|Page Dimension||138 x 87|
|Commentary||In the foreground, don Quixote and Rocinante fallen on the ground after attacking a windmill.
From the background, Sancho mounted on his donkey arriving to help his master.
Good drawing and engraving.
In an ornamental and architectural frame with a giant's head (?), arms and laurel branches; the whole illustration has got a remarkable decorative effect.
|Notes||1 - It includes indication "Vide Vol. I. Book I. Chap. 8. Pa. 90".
2 - Dated in Nov. 2, 1800.
3 - In other copies, with the same or different caption and frame, for p. 52 (1796) and for p. 90 (1810) (Ashbee).
4 - Placed as frontispiece.
5 - Newly engraved by Samuel Anderson for Stockholm: Henrik A. Nordström, 1818.