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The Death of General Wolfe

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William Woollett, The Death of General Wolfe, 1776; printed 1905, etching and engraving with hand coloring on paper, Gift of an Anonymous Donor, public domain, 2003.2.12

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Title

The Death of General Wolfe

Artist

William Woollett (English, 1735-1786)

Date

1776; printed 1905

Medium

etching and engraving with hand coloring on paper

Dimensions (H x W x D)

plate: 18 7/8 in x 24 in; sheet: 19 3/8 in x 25 in

Inscriptions & Markings

inscription: T 19.3., graphite, on verso, u.l.

inscription: 20, l.r.

inscription: A20479 KENNEDY

inscription: K, graphite, u.c.

inscription: by Mefs.rs Woollett, Boydell & Ryland, LONDON, l.r.

inscription: Publifhed as the Act directs, January 1st, 1776, below, l.l.

inscription: Engraved by Wm Woollett / Engraver to His MAJESTY, l.r.

inscription: [with the coat of arms] To the King's...Lord Grosvenor. William Woollett, l.c.

inscription: Painted by B. West / Historical Painter to His MAJESTY, in the plate, below the image, l.l.

Collection Area

Graphic Arts

Category

Prints

Object Type

intaglio print

Culture

British

Credit Line

Gift of an Anonymous Donor

Accession Number

2003.2.12

Copyright

public domain

Terms

engraving

etching

generals

hand coloring

intaglio printing

intaglio prints

paper

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