LAST VOYAGE OF HENRY HUDSON
Original 1887 9 inch x 7 3/8 inch engraving titled THE LAST VOYAGE OF HENRY HUDSON
In 1611, while on an expedition to find the North-West Passage, explorer Henry Hudson and his son were cast adrift by his mutinous crew.
Engraved by William Greatbach (1802 – 1894), 2 Crescent Place, Mornington Crescent, London.
After John Collier (1850 – 1934). English painter and writer. He was the younger son of Sir Robert Perret Collier, a distinguished lawyer and MP, and was educated at Eton. After being introduced to Sir Lawrence Alma-Tadema, he studied at the Slade School of Art, London, under Edward Poynter, moved to Paris where he studied under Jean-Paul Laurens and then went to Munich. Collier sent a steady stream of portraits and subject pictures to the Royal Academy from 1870 until the end of his life.
Published in the Art Journal by J.S. Virtue & Co. Ltd., London.
Page size 12 7/8 inch x 9 3/8 inch
The engraving, on fairly thick paper, is in very good condition. Reverse side blank.
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