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Chromolithograph

1998.5031 (RS22424)

Description

Chromolithograph of William Penn's treaty w/ Native Americans in 1661, "the only treaty that was never broken," w/ Indian's tents and dense forest on one side and a town, open woods, ships and male colonists on other. Colonists offering trade cloth to Native Americans. Canvas backing.

Details

Maker
Baillie, James (Maker)
Date
1840-1870
Inscriptions
Printed below image: ""Published by James Baillie 87th St Near 3rd Avenue N.Y.""
Location of origin
New York, NY, USA
Associated Building
Original to Castle Tucker (Wiscasset, Me.).
Material
canvas
ink
paper (fiber product)
printing (process)
Object type
Art
Places
New York state (United States)
Descriptive terms
canvas
chromolithographs
Coated Canvas
Commemorative
commemoratives
figure- and animal-derived motifs
Ink
ink
Men
men (male humans)
Native American
paper (fiber product)
PICTURE, HISTORIC
printing (process)
Ship
ships
Transfer Printed
Tree
trees
Unidentified Paper
People and organizations
Penn, William
Dimensions
11.875 x 17 (HxW) (inches)
Accession Number
1998.5031
Credit Line
Gift of Miss Jane S. Tucker
GUSN
24124

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