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The Hamilton vase: a wine-mixing bowl (krater) painted with a monument in which are a man with a horse, and with other figures; outline drawing from front with measurements. Engraving, 17--.

Hancarville, Pierre d', 1719-1805.
Date
[1787?]

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Description

A vessel then in the possession of Sir William Hamilton, and subsequently in the British Museum (no. 1772,0320.14.+)

Publication/Creation

[Paris?] : [F.A. David?], [1787?]

Physical description

1 print : engraving, with etching ; platemark 29.8 x 24 cm

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 2498901i



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