Private Affection Bereaves Us Easily of True Judgment

John Liston Byam Shaw (1872−1919)

Graphite, India ink, and watercolor on thinboard

214 x 144 mm (8 7/16 x 5 11/16 inches)

Provenance: the three illustrations for Golden Thoughts from Thomas a Kempis [including Esteem Not Thyself Better Than Others Lest in the Sight of God Thou Be Accounted Worse Than They and There Was Never Saint So Highly Rapt Who First or Last Was Not Tempted] bought together as part of Lot 843, Rosebery's, 8th June 2010.

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