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Warre, Henry James, 1819-1898 :Sebastopol from Chapmans Battery. May 1855. No. 2. Russian Batteries. Flagstaff batteries. Town batteries. Greek Church. Grecian temple. Barrack battery. Fort Constantine on north shore. Library. Russian barracks. Harbor.

Reference Number: E-308-q-2-010

Part two of a four-part panorama of the battle of Sevastopol, from behind the earthworks, looking towards the city and out to sea. In this view can be seen the ramparts with cannons and cannonballs and soldiers beside a barrel, low hills with smoke rising from the various batteries indicated and the city and harbour to the right, with a temple, a church, a fort and the library indicated.

Key terms:
1 image, categorised under Watercolours and Wash drawings, related to Henry James Warre, Sevastopol, Ordnance, Soldiers - Russia, Fortification - Russia, Battles - Russia and Church buildings - Russia.

Part of:
Warre, Henry James, 1819-1898 :Unfinished sketches. [1855-1856], Reference Number E-308-q-2 (4 digitised items)

Extent: 1 drawing(s)Ink and wash, 175 x 254 mm. Single art work

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