Graphic Illustrations of Animals

Made:
1840-1850 in London England and London
Ivory for Dentists use from print: coloured lithograph: 'The Seal and Walrus' / by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, print: coloured lithograph: 'The Seal and Walrus' / by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, [c1850], Plate XVIII from the

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Ivory for Dentists use from print: coloured lithograph: 'The Seal and Walrus' / by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins,
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print: coloured lithograph: 'The Seal and Walrus' / by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, [c1850], Plate XVIII from the
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum, London

print. coloured lithograph. 'The Seal and Walrus' / by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, [c1850], Plate XVIII from the volume "Graphic Illustrations of Animals, showing their utility to man, in their services during life, and uses after death", J Graf, Printer, published by Roake and Varty, 31 Strand, London. Seal and walrus with titled vignettes of Taking seals [Inuit clubbing and spearing in Arctic]; For caps and coats [gentleman looking in Hudson's Bay Fur Company's shop window]; For oil [seal oil in drums; oil lamps]; Walrus skin for glue [piled on quayside]; Ivory for dentist's use [false teeth]; Taking the walrus [clubbing]; Canoes of seal skin [kayaks]; For clothing [Inuit]; Food and tents [Inuit in tent with fire].

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Category:
Art
Object Number:
1990-552/18
type:
prints