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A large group of British inventors, politicians and military men: a key to the identities of the sitters. Engraving by C.G. Lewis, 1863, after T.J. Barker.

Barker, Thomas Jones, 1813-1882.
Date
10 August 1863

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Description

The setting for this imaginary gathering is perhaps meant to be a reception room at Buckingham Palace

Lettering

Key plate to the picture entitled The intellect and valour of Britain painted by T.J. Barker esqre. Engraved by Chas. J. Lewis esqre. and published by J. Garle Browne Botcheston Leicestershire

Publication/Creation

Botcheston : John Garle Browne ; London (79 Cornhill) : Hayward and Leggatt, 10 August 1863.

Physical description

1 print : engraving

Notes

Key to the group portrait (Wellcome Library no. 545931i)

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 545239i

Language

  • English


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Credit

A large group of British inventors, politicians and military men: a key to the identities of the sitters. Engraving by C.G. Lewis, 1863, after T.J. Barker. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


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