Sainson, Louis Auguste de b 1801 :Village de Manevai. (Vani-Koro) /de Sainson pinx ; Milbert lith ; J.Tastu editeur ; lith A Bes. Pl. 182. 
Reference Number: B-052a-019
Village scene on Vanikoro Island, Santa Cruz Islands, Solomon Islands, in 1828, showing the artist and a crew member (or possibly the Captain) of the Astrolabe, seven Vanikorans, a tethered pig, three dwellings, in a grove of trees, including banana and coconut.
1 image, categorised under Landscapes and Lithographs, related to Jules Sebastien Cesar Dumont d'Urville, Louis Auguste de Sainson, Jacques Gerard Milbert, A Bes, J Tastu, Vanikolo, Seafarers, Artists, Bananas, French - Pacific Area, Pigs, Men, Solomon Islander, Dwellings - Solomon Islands, Solomon Islands - Social life and customs, Coconut palm and Discoveries in geography.
Sainson, Louis Auguste de b 1801 :Village de Manevai. (Vani-Koro) /de Sainson pinx ; Milbert lith ; J.Tastu editeur ; lith A Bes. Pl. 182. , Reference Number B-052a-019 (1 digitised items)
Extent: 1 colour art print(s)Lithograph, hand-coloured 258 x 392 mm on sheet 350 x 515 mm. Horizontal imageSingle art work
Historical Notes: Dumont d'Urville visited Vanikoro in the course of his second voyage to the Pacific in 1828.
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