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What he did in glorious days of Nelson

Slide 11 of The lads in Navy blue (song: Bamforth & Co., 15 slides, 1901)

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creator of source image(s): MACLISE, Daniel, R.A.  (1806-1870)

Type of image
drawing / painting / print
height 3.25 inches (8.3 cm), width 3.25 inches (8.3 cm)
(all dimensions are nominal; individual examples of this slide may have varied slightly from these values).
glass / paper
Production process
photography, on glass substrate
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The image is based on a detail from Daniel Maclise's 1864 painting The death of Nelson (two versions, one in the Palace of Westminster, London, the other in the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool).


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Lucerna ID  5017064

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