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Isles Sandwich mort du Cape. Cook [picture]
Bib ID 1145791
Format PicturePicture, OnlineOnline
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Description [France : s.n, : 18--?] 
1 print : lithograph, hand col., watercolour ; image 13.2 x 19.4 cm., on sheet 19.2 x 24.9 cm. 
Notes

French hand coloured lithograph of the death of Cook by unidentified artist based on Webber's 'The death of Captain Cook' but reversed and with a number of figures not included.

Condition: good, colours bright, clear; some foxing around borders.

Captions: 'Isles Sandwich mort du Cape. Cook'--lithograph writing lower centre under image; 'L'ami du monde, helas! meurt en proie aux sauvages (Poeme des Jardines) PLXX--lithograph writing above image.

Title from caption.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-136606518

Subjects Cook, James, 1728-1779 -- Assassination -- Pictorial works.  |  Hawaiians -- Warfare -- Pictorial works.  |  Kealakekua Bay (Hawaii) -- Pictorial works.
Other authors/contributors Webber, John, 1752-1793

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