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- Object: The King of Atcheen giving audience to Capn. Forrest in 1764
The King sitting enthroned cross-legged, in a large niche in room lit by hanging oil-lamps, flanked by two women sitting on the ground, with Captain Forrest standing below to right doffing his hat while two Sumatran men present large bundles to the king, with a crowd of Sumatran people behind the captain and two soldiers carrying long guns, wearing tall peaked hats and belts crossed over their chests, standing in the left foreground; after Benazech; illustration to Forrest's 'Voyage from Calcutta' (London 1792). 1792
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Height: 325 millimetres
Width: 251 millimetres (platemark)
- Curator's comments
- A duplicate of 1868,1212.643.
- Not on display
- Associated titles
Associated Title: A Voyage from Calcutta to the Mergui Archipelago ...
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