C1892

Russian Emigrants landing from the Tender at the Barge Office, New York.

Engraving of Russian emigrants landing in New York in 1892. Emigration to America was part of a massive wave of Jewish immigration between 1881 and 1914. It was estimated that around two million Eastern European Jews entered the United States … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

Russian Emigrants landing from the Tender at the Barge Office, New York.

Date:

C1892

Condition:

In good condition, with centre fold as issued.

Technique:

Engraving.

Image Size: 

450mm 
x 315mm

Paper Size: 

530mm 
x 382mm
AUTHENTICITY
Russian Emigrants landing from the Tender at the Barge Office, New York. - Antique Print from 1892

Genuine antique
dated:

1892

Description:

Engraving of Russian emigrants landing in New York in 1892.

Emigration to America was part of a massive wave of Jewish immigration between 1881 and 1914. It was estimated that around two million Eastern European Jews entered the United States at this time. The main reason for the large-scale emigration of Jews from Eastern Europe was the economic and social persecution they were facing at that time.

From the original edition of The Illustrated London News.

Collections:
Getty Museum Los Angeles: Object name: PL7334

Amédée Forestier (1854 - 1930)

Forestier was an Anglo-French artist and illustrator who specialised in historical and prehistoric scenes, and landscapes.

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