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The Negro Revenged
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- The Negro Revenged
An African slave and his wife standing on a rock, waving their arms in celebration as they watch a slave ship hit by a fork of lightning and sinking in the sea at left; after a painting by Fuseli (Schiff 1233), illustration to Cowper's 'Poems'. 1807
Etching and engraving
- Published in: London
- (Europe,British Isles,England,London)
- Height: 202 millimetres
- Width: 127 millimetres
Inscription ContentLettered below image with four lines of verse beginning: "Hark! he answers..." , production detail: "H. Fuseli R.A. pinxt.", "Raimbach sculpt." and publication line: "Pub. by J. Johnson, London, March 1. 1807"; title and verse reference above image.
British Masters Portfolio
- Associated Title: The Negro's Complaint (II, 33-36)
Prints & Drawings
An African slave and his wife standing on a rock, waving their arms in celebration as they watch a slave ship hit by a fork of lightning and sinking in the sea at left; after a painting by Fuseli (Schiff 1233), illustration to Cowper's 'Poems'. 1807 Etching and engraving
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Object reference number: PPA153143
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