This 1869 Chromolithograph Print of Christine de Pisan Presenting Her Works to the Queen is from Thomas Wright's Womankind in Western Europe (from earliest times to the seventeenth century), published by Groombridge and Sons, London. The print, measuring about 6.25" high by 8.25" wide, shows a kneeling woman presenting a thick red and gold book to the queen. There are six ladies and two white dogs in attendance. All of the women are in medieval dress with the queen wearing a fur-trimmed rose-colored gown with gold stars. The setting is a bedroom with a lavish bed; diamond, star and fleur de lis decorated walls and rug; and open windows with small panes of glass. The illustration is in shades of pastel pink and blue, grayed green and black and shimmering gold. There is a thin double black border around the image. "Christine de Pisan Presenting Her Work to the Queen" is written in thin black block letters on a cream-colored outer border. This 1869 Chromolithograph Print of Christine de Pisan Presenting Her Work to the Queen is in very good condition with no damage, wear or fading to the illustration. A very small piece of the upper left hand corner is missing and the edges of the outer border have slightly darkened.