- Museum number
- Series: Battle prints (Hunan)
Plate 8 from a set of sixteen engravings of Qianlong's campaign against the Miao; the capture of the Miao stockade of Suma under the Chinese commander Fuh K'ang-an in 1795; in the foreground, separated from the enemy by a river which some are crossing, Chinese cavalry fire arrows at the Miao who are fleeing on the other bank; in the middle ground, Chinese infantry fire canon at the Miao stockade; in the distance to left more infantry.
Engraving with inscription and seal.
- Production date
Height: 48.70 centimetres (sheet; trimmed)
Width: 86.30 centimetres (sheet; trimmed)
- Curator's comments
- For comment on the series, see 1899,0420,0.126.
- Not on display
- The print is worn at the edges.
- Associated events
Associated Event: Miao Campaign
Associated Event: Hunan Campaign
- Acquisition date
- Registration number