Artist: Thomas Faed
The interior of the cottage of a poor Scottish family. At left the grandmother sits dozing, a child resting its head on her lap (or perhaps saying its prayers), another standing at her left. The father sits slumped, asleep over a newspaper, the mother tends to a baby in a crib.
Source File: Here 1725 × 1316 pixels.
PD Proof : In Scottish painting past and present, 1620-1908 – page 235
Comment: The right-hand side of this image has already been used for “Sybil, or the Two Nations” by Benjamin Disraeli. However, the left-hand side as in the crop shown here would still be suitable for some rural epic – Thomas Hardy, perhaps?