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|Illustration No.||1  |
|Engraver||Charles Turner Warren|
|Title Caption||DON QUIXOTE. Cardenio in a state of frenzy for the loss of Lucinda discovered by the goatherds on the brown mountain.|
|Part||Part I, Madrid 1605|
23.4 Encounter with cabrero
|Color||Black and white|
|Page Number||f.p. 244|
|Image Dimension||123 x 73|
|Page Dimension||138 x 87|
|Commentary||The illustration refers to Cardenio's story as told by the goatherd to don Quixote and Sancho.
In Sierra Morena, the goatherds encounter Cardenio moaning and complaining about Luscinda.
Good drawing and engraving; Cardenio's figure is quite remarkable.
In an ornamental and architectural frame with Love's arms (arrows and bow) and doves and flowers; the whole illustration has got a remarkable decorative effect.
|Notes||1 - It includes indication "Vide Vol. I. Part 1. Book 3. Chap. 9. Page 244".
2 - Without printing date.
3 – In other copies, with different caption and frame, for vol. II, p. 13 (1796) (Ashbee).