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The Reception of the Rev. J. Williams, at Tanna in the South Seas, the Day Before He was Massacred

A work made of steel engraving colored with wooden blocks, on tan wove paper, laid down on cream board.
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  • A work made of steel engraving colored with wooden blocks, on tan wove paper, laid down on cream board.

Date:

1841

Artist:

George Baxter
English, 1804-1867

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Status

Currently Off View

Department

Prints and Drawings

Artist

George Baxter

Title

The Reception of the Rev. J. Williams, at Tanna in the South Seas, the Day Before He was Massacred

Origin

England

Date

1841

Medium

Steel engraving colored with wooden blocks, on tan wove paper, laid down on cream board

Dimensions

221 × 325 mm (image); 228 × 328 mm (primary support)

Credit Line

Henry M. Huxley Collection

Reference Number

1947.976

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