Lord Byron’s Room in the Palazzo Moncenigo, at Venice

Figure descriptions
A man, identified in the poem text as Lord Byron, lounges on a sofa in an ornately decorated room at the Palazzo Moncenigo in Venice, Italy. He rests his elbow on the table and holds his chin in his hand. There are quills and papers on the table, as well as a pile of books on floor. A large dog lies on the floor and looks up at Byron. A chandelier hangs from the center of the room. The walls are decorated with artwork, including multiple portraits. Full-page illustration.