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The remains of Lord Viscount Horatio Nelson lying in state in Greenwich. Coloured aquatint with engraving by M. Merigot after A.C. Pugin, 1806.

Pugin, Augustus, 1762-1832.
Date
1 April 1806

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view The remains of Lord Viscount Horatio Nelson lying in state in Greenwich. Coloured aquatint with engraving by M. Merigot after A.C. Pugin, 1806.
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Credit: The remains of Lord Viscount Horatio Nelson lying in state in Greenwich. Coloured aquatint with engraving by M. Merigot after A.C. Pugin, 1806. Credit: Wellcome Collection. Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0)


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Lettering

Remains of Lord Viscount Nelson lying in state in the painted chamber at Greenwich Hospital. Engraved by M. Merigot from a drawing by C.A. Pugin, executed during the period of exhibition

Publication/Creation

London (Ivy Lane, Paternoster Row) : James Cundee (Albion Press), 1 April 1806.

Physical description

1 print : aquatint with engraving, with watercolour ; image 32.2 x 44 cm

Reference

Wellcome Library no. 46820i

Language

  • English


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