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Städtisches Graphik-Kabinett BacknangBildnisse des 18. und 19. Jahrhunderts [1417]

Bildnis Warren Hastings (Städtisches Graphik-Kabinett Backnang CC BY-NC-SA)

Bildnis Warren Hastings

Description ...

Halbfigur im Profil nach links. Warren Hastings (1732-1818), Generalgouverneur in Britisch-Ostindien. Nach einem Gemälde von Tilly Kettle (1735-1786). Illustration aus der Monatsschrift "European Magazine", November 1782.

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"Warren Hastings Esq.r/ Governor of Bengal/ Published Decr 1, 1782, by I. Fielding, Paternoster Row; I. Debrett, Piccadilly, & I, Sewell, Cornhill./ From an Original Painting by Kettle, in the Possession of Mr Maisland./ W. Angus"

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Kupferstich und Radierung

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H 17,4 cm; B 11,5 cm (Platte); H 21,9 cm; B 12,8 cm (Blatt)

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[Last update 04.09.2017]