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Bibframe Work

Title
The iron worker and King Solomon iron worker and King Solomon
Type
Still Image
Contribution
Sartain, John, 1808-1897, engraver.
Schussele, Christian, 1826?-1879, artist.
Harrison, Joseph, Jr., 1810-1874. Contributor
Genre Form
print
graphic
graphic
Mezzotints--1860-1890.
Language
English
Identified By
Lccn: 2003663993
Color Content
black and white
Summary
Print showing a blacksmith sitting on a stool next to the throne of Solomon, thought to be a usurper, the crowd rushes forward to remove him. The man explains to Solomon that the temple could not have been built without tools made by blacksmiths (iron workers), whereupon Solomon grants him a seat of honor. Includes quote from Isaiah, 54.16 and explanatory text from a "Jewish legend."
Authorized Access Point
Sartain, John, 1808-1897, iron worker and King Solomon
Authorized Access Point Variant
Schussele, Christian, 1826?-1879, iron worker and King Solomon
Harrison, Joseph, Jr., 1810-1874. iron worker and King Solomon