London: 1822. Etching and aquatint. 10 x 7.25 inches platemark on sheet size 25.5 x 19.75 inches. Printed on fine wove rag paper watermarked J. Whatman 1822. Waterstain in lower and side margins far from the image. Note that the common reproductions by Thomas Cook are in the reverse direction. Paulson no. 208.
Yale Univ. Library:
Subscription ticket for "Sigismonda" with a figure of Time as an old winged man sitting on a broken statue, blowing pipe-smoke at a dark landscape painting on the easel in front of him and which he has pierced with his scythe; at the top of the frame of the painting is a Greek quote, preceded by the word "Crates' and ending with its identification: "See Spectator Vol. II: Page 83." On the floor to the left is a large jar labeled "Varnish" Item #51-3413