Print after Captain Frederick Marryat
Plate 19 (No 1 of Series 2): View of a valley where British and European troop advancing towards the fort on hilltop which the native troop defending, smoke of gunshots over a river in the middle distance; after Thomas Stothard after Captain Frederick Marryat. 1826. Hand-coloured aquatint and etching.
Additional Makers: Print after-Thomas Stothard (after Captain Frederick Marryat); Publisher-Thomas Clay; Print maker-H Pyall
Inscription: Lettered below image with title, production detail: "Painted by T. Stothard R.A., from an Original Sketch by Captn. Marryat, R.N.", "Engraved by H. Pyall.", publication line: "Pubd. Sepr. 12, 1826, by Thos. Clay, 18, Ludgate Hill, London.", and: "Proof", above image with plate number 1
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