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Aquatint of the "Burning of Moscow Sept 1812" Pub.1815 by James Jenkins in "Martial Achievements of Great Britain & Her Allies 1799-1815" (1 of 6)
Aquatint of the "Burning of Moscow Sept 1812" Pub.1815 by James Jenkins in "Martial Achievements of Great Britain & Her Allies 1799-1815" (2 of 6)
Aquatint of the "Burning of Moscow Sept 1812" Pub.1815 by James Jenkins in "Martial Achievements of Great Britain & Her Allies 1799-1815" (3 of 6)
Aquatint of the "Burning of Moscow Sept 1812" Pub.1815 by James Jenkins in "Martial Achievements of Great Britain & Her Allies 1799-1815" (4 of 6)
Aquatint of the "Burning of Moscow Sept 1812" Pub.1815 by James Jenkins in "Martial Achievements of Great Britain & Her Allies 1799-1815" (5 of 6)
Aquatint of the "Burning of Moscow Sept 1812" Pub.1815 by James Jenkins in "Martial Achievements of Great Britain & Her Allies 1799-1815" (6 of 6)
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Aquatint of the "Burning of Moscow Sept 1812" Pub.1815 by James Jenkins in "Martial Achievements of Great Britain & Her Allies 1799-1815"

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An original aquatint of The Burning of Moscow published in 1815 by James Jenkins as part of the volume "Martial Achievements of Great Britain & her Allies 1799-1815". Aquatint by T. Sutherland after painting by W Heath. Outstanding colour preservation. Napoleon entered Moscow after his victory at the Battle of Borodino, but the Russians had abandoned the city. Opinion seems to be divided as to whether the Russians burned Moscow or Napoleon did, but the Russians refused to negotiate peace despite losing the city, and Napoleon was forced to retreat as winter approached, with disastrous results.

measurements

Height:
37 cm
Width:
44 cm
image size 15 x 22.2 cms (6" x 8.75")

declaration

Art & Stuff has clarified that the Aquatint of the "Burning of Moscow Sept 1812" Pub.1815 by James Jenkins in "Martial Achievements of Great Britain & Her Allies 1799-1815" (LA355083) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being early 19th century

condition

Excellent. outstanding colour preservation

additional info

Material:
Paper
Origin:
British
Artisan:
-
Date of Manufacture:
early 19th century

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This Aquatint of the "Burning of Moscow Sept 1812" Pub.1815 by James Jenkins in "Martial Achievements of Great Britain & Her Allies 1799-1815" is located in ABINGDON, United Kingdom

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