|Title||Print; Frank T. Merrill; Offset Lithograph; Vicomte De Bragelonne at the Castle of Saint Blois|
|Description||Color offset lithograph. Print of "King Lear Disinheriting Cordelia" by August von Heckel. Image is printed on the center of the page with a yellow frame. Image of a woman in a white dress standing in front of an open door beckoning a man to her with a finger pressed against her mouth in a "quiet" gesture. The man is standing next to a horse, holding the reigns. The man is wearing a feathered hat, white shirt, short pants, and boots, and is staring at the woman. On the ground are stones and the building is made of bricks. Ivy hangs down the side of the building. Printed beneath the image is the title of the painting and the artist's name: "Vicomte de Bragelonne at the castle of Saint Blois // From a Painting by Frank T. Merrill." Written on the top edge is a note in blue ink written by John Falter.|
|Artist||Merrill, Frank T.|
|Makers mark||"I can get these boots off"|
Merill, Frank T.
Falter, John Philip, 1910-1982
|Credit line||John P. Falter, Lafayette Hill, Pennsylvania|
|Collection||Falter, John P. Collection|