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- Sir John Everett Millais, Bt 1829–1896
- Wood engraving on paper
- Presented by Gilbert Dalziel 1924
In this image Millais shows a Samaritan comforting the victim of thieves. In the distance a man is walking away, having ignored the suffering stranger by the wayside.
Millais spent six years working on the Parables and brought to each design an unprecedented level of detail. Throughout the 1860s designing wood-engravings for books and journals provided Millais with his main source of income.
Gallery label, July 2008
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