C1798

Dress of the Inhabitants of Baie de Castries.

Artist:

Gaspard Duche de Vancy (1756 - 1788)

C18th engraving of the inhabitants ‘Baie de Castries’, on the far eastern coast of Russia, named in honor of Marshal Castries, and explored between 27 July and 2 August 1787, by La Perouse. Present day port of De-Kastri. They are … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Dress of the Inhabitants of Baie de Castries.

Date:

C1798

Artist:

Gaspard Duche de Vancy (1756 - 1788)

Condition:

In good condition

Technique:

Copper engraving.

Image Size: 

303mm 
x 228mm

Paper Size: 

425mm 
x 257mm
AUTHENTICITY
Dress of the Inhabitants of Baie de Castries. - Antique Print from 1798

Genuine antique
dated:

1798

Description:

C18th engraving of the inhabitants ‘Baie de Castries’, on the far eastern coast of Russia, named in honor of Marshal Castries, and explored between 27 July and 2 August 1787, by La Perouse. Present day port of De-Kastri. They are shown in native dress and with fish smoking within a well constructed wooden hut.
From, Charts and Plates to La Perouse’s Voyage.

Artist:

Gaspard Duche de Vancy (1756–1788)
Duche de Vancy was a French 18th century artist, brought up in Vienna. He exhibited in the Paris Salon of Young Artists(1781) and also at London’s Royal Academy (1784).

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