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The great south sea caterpillar, transform'd into a Bath butterfly [picture] / Js. Gy. desn. & fect
Bib ID 786089
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
Author
Gillray, James, 1757-1815
 
Online Versions
Description [London] (no. 37 New Bond Street) : H. Humphrey, 1795 July 4 
1 print : etching, hand col. ; plate mark 34.5 x 24.8 cm. 
Series

Rex Nan Kivell Collection ; NK1603.

Notes

Rex Nan Kivell Collection NK1603.

Hand col. copy U7220 lent to Australian National Gallery for opening exhibition, 1982.

U7220; S8693 b & w.

Cited In

British Museum Catalogue, 8718.

Subjects Banks, Joseph, - Sir, - 1743-1820 - Caricatures and cartoons.  |  Picture - Cartoon.
Other authors/contributors Humphrey, H. (Hannah), -1818
Exhibited Exhibited:'Cook & Omai: The Cult of the South Seas', NLA 2001 

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