Daniel Maclise, R.A. 1806 - 1870
The Normans, retreating, are stayed and turned by William, who discloses his face, to counteract the rumour of his having fallen
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The Normans, retreating, are stayed and turned by William, who discloses his face, to counteract the rumour of his having fallen
Etching, 134 X 408 mm
Production supervised by Ludwig Grüner Published by Art Union of London.
From: Daniel Maclise, The story of the Norman Conquest, London, 1866 (pl. 40)
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