English: “It Might Have Been,” drawn on wood by Louise Jopling from her picture in the Dudley Gallery, 1878
|Source||Magazine of Art Gift Book, 1880 (https://archive.org/stream/magazineofartgif00unse#page/12/mode/1up)|
English: Tailpiece with lamp, books, and reading cherub
|Source||The Magazine of Art Gift Book, 1880 (https://archive.org/stream/magazineofartgif00unse#page/n12/mode/1up)|
From Frank Leslie’s Popular Monthly, 1885.
“From a painting by Hugo Vogel.” From Frank Leslie’s Sunday Magazine, 1888.
From Frank Leslie’s Sunday Magazine, 1888.
From Legends for Lionel, 1887
English: Sunday Evening, engraved from a painting by Richard Westall, shows a family reading the Bible
|Source||The Religions Souvenir for MDCCCXIII (https://archive.org/stream/religioussouveni1833phil#page/n70/mode/1up)|
|Author||Richard Westall, painter; J. W. Steel, engraver|
“Children should study so as not to be ignorant all their lives.” From The Child’s Pictorial Preceptor, 1842.
From a Sunday-school tract called “Amelia Finley; or, the Careless Reading of the Bible Reproved.”