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“The Poets, who on earth have made us…”
In the large lunette above the window at the opposite end of the gallery, the artist depicts an idyllic summer landscape with three seated female figures and a youth with a lamb. At the top center are lines from Wordsworth’s “Personal Talk”. On the left and right, respectively, the figures represent the joyful feelings and solemn moods of lyric poetry.