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Orpheus and Eurydice

Figure descriptions
Orpheus turns to look at his wife, Eurydice, and her shadowy figure falls back toward Hades. He reaches out toward her with his right arm and clutches his lyre with his left. She falls backward with outstretched arms. Both figures are dressed in classical robes. Their clothing and Eurydice’s hair both flow as if caught by a breeze. Grasses and small flowers line the ground. Full-page illustration contained within a single-ruled border.
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