Warre, Henry James, 1818-1898 :My hut on Cathcarts Hill, Crimea. 1855.
Reference Number: E-308-q-1-001
Part of the 57th Regiment's camp in the Crimea, with army tents and Warre's more substantial wooden hut with two or three rooms, possibly including a kitchen. Two men stand in the foreground, one a uniformed soldier, the other a civilian.
Warre, Henry James, 1819-1898 :Camp, Crimea, March 1855. Sketches 1856., Reference Number E-308-q-1 (4 digitised items)
Extent: 1 drawing(s)Ink, wash and watercolour, 174 x 250 mm. Single art work
Historical Notes: Cathcart's Hill was a position before the battle of Sevastopol, named after General Cathcart
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