Ulysses feigning madness

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Ulysses feigning madness, with Ulysses feigning madness by yoking a horse and an ox to his plough and ploughing a beach, with his son Telemachus in front of the plough. After the painting by Heywood Hardy, gravure by Goupil & Co Illustration for The Chefs-D'Oeuvre d'Art of the International Exhibition, 1878, edited by Edward Straham (Gebbie & Barrie, c 1878).

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