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A Fruit Boat, Jamaica
This watercolor is from an album of original drawings and watercolors done by an English lady by the name of Catherine Street, about whom further information is unavailable. The album also includes military scenes, a view of the battle of Waterloo, and pictures of Britain and Europe, painted in the early years of the 19th century and published in 1821. This 1811 picture seems intended as a caricature, given the exaggerated features of the people conveyed in the fruit boat. The watercolor is part of the Anne S.K. Brown ...
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A View in Jamaica
This watercolor is from an album of original drawings and watercolors done by an English lady by the name of Catherine Street, about whom further information is unavailable. The album also includes military scenes, a view of the battle of Waterloo, and pictures of Britain and Europe, painted in the early years of the 19th century and published in 1821. This picture shows a plantation house shaded by coconut palms with more trees rising behind and steeply rising hills. The watercolor is part of the Anne S.K. Brown Military ...
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Overtaken in a Hurricane, Jamaica
This watercolor is from an album of original drawings and watercolors done by an English lady by the name of Catherine Street, about whom further information is unavailable. The album also includes military scenes, a view of the battle of Waterloo, and pictures of Britain and Europe, painted in the early years of the 19th century and published in 1821. This vivid sketch, painted in 1812, shows a moment of pandemonium as the horse balks, probably frightened by the storm, thus threatening to deposit all five carriage passengers in the ...
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