“Country Cousins” by George C Leighton. Leighton was not a Baxter Licensee but served as an apprentice before working for Gregory, Collins & Reynolds where he became proprietor by 1850. The original painting is by Richard Redgrave (1804-1888) and is held by the Tate. This print is an exact copy of the painting, true to its colours and textures. There is much detail relating to the moral of the painting on the website of the Tate, much of which can be seen ourselves with the disdain on one side, reflected even in the dogs behaviour. However, as a representation of Leighton’s work, which was prolific and very variable in quality, this is an interesting example. There is much detail on Leighton in Courtney Lewis “The Story of Picture Printing”.