Sainson, Louis Auguste de, b 1800 :Vue du village de Nama. (Vanikoro). Pl[ate] 183 / de Sainson pinx[it], Asselineau lith.; fig[ure] par V. Adam. Lith. de Lemercier. J Tastu, editeur.
Reference Number: B-112-006
Shows a view of a small village on the coast, with a rowboat of European sailors in the foreground. On either side are small boats of Solomon Islanders, exchanging goods with the occupants of the central boat. The boat at the right contains bananas. A man in the boat at left appears to be helping remove one of the sails of the central boat.
1 image, categorised under Ethnographic images and Lithographs, related to Alfred Leon Lemercier, Asselineau, Louis Auguste de Sainson, Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont d'Urville, J Tastu, Jean Victor Adam, Vanikolo, Bananas, Boats and boating - Solomon Islands, Barter - Solomon Islands, Dwellings - Solomon Islands and Women, Solomon Islander.
Sainson, Louis Auguste de, b 1800 :Vue du village de Nama. (Vanikoro). Pl[ate] 183 / de Sainson pinx[it], Asselineau lith.; fig[ure] par V. Adam. Lith. de Lemercier. J Tastu, editeur., Reference Number B-112-006 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Lithograph, hand-coloured, 220 x 302 mm, on sheet 330 x 509 mm.. Horizontal imageSingle art work
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