C1857

The Rescue of Johnson from his Perilous Position.

Artist:

Artist unknown English school

James Johnson was the sole survivor of the Loss of the Dunbar in August 1857. He was sighted in a precarious position on the cliffs below, just out of reach of the waves. Thirty-six hours after his ordeal began, he … Read Full Description

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Full Title:

The Rescue of Johnson from his Perilous Position.

Date:

C1857

Artist:

Artist unknown English school

Condition:

Technique:

Image Size: 

235mm 
x 140mm
AUTHENTICITY
The Rescue of Johnson from his Perilous Position. - Antique Print from 1857

Genuine antique
dated:

1857

Description:

James Johnson was the sole survivor of the Loss of the Dunbar in August 1857. He was sighted in a precarious position on the cliffs below, just out of reach of the waves. Thirty-six hours after his ordeal began, he was rescued through the heroic efforts of a young Icelander, Antonie Wollier, who climbed down the cliff so that he could be winched to safety.

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