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Image 1802-Paris-04-001-f 
Illustration No. 1     
Illustrator Unsigned (copied after Antonio Carnicero) 
Engraver Unsigned 
Title Caption Ô reine, duchesse de beauté, je supplie votre grandeur de recevoir le chevalier de la triste figure. 
Title Supplied  
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 Burin engraving
Color Black and white 
Volume II 
Page Number f. title page for volume IV 
Image Dimension 83 x 54 
Page Dimension 121 x 75 
Commentary On the left, the group of the three peasant girls; on the right, don Quixote and Sancho, both knelt down.
Sancho introduces one of the peasant girls as the enchanted Dulcinea while holds the reins of her donkey.
In the background, El Toboso and its church.
Well-known composition; almost an inverted copy after Vanderbank (London: Tonson, 1738).
Acceptable drawing and engraving for this small size format; the background is badly-resolved. 
Notes 1 - Good and inverted copy in a small size format after Antonio Carnicero's illustration for Madrid: Ibarra, 1780.
2 - Placed as frontispiece for volume IV.
3 - Tomes III and IV are bound together in vol. II in Cushing copy.
4 - The plate is unsigned; the engraver may be François Marie Isidore Queverdo or Joseph Perdoux.