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Description found in Archives

Date(s)

1845

Place of creation

No place, unknown, or undetermined

1 drawing / dessin : pencil, red wash, and white gouache on wove paper
Support: 25.100 x 31.600 cm
Image: 25.100 x 31.600 cm

Scope and content

Full length portrait of a negro man, holding his hat in one hand, and a branch (?) in another. Attributed to Lady Falkland, who was in Nova Scotia from 1840-46 when her husband was governor there. Nova Scotia had a relatively large negro population: approximately 3000 emigrated to Nova Scotia during and after the American Revolution, and 2000 after the War of 1812.

Graphic (art)
99: Closed pending processing
Physical access restricted. No restricti
on on use for reproduction or publication
Graphic (art)
Copy negative C-104919
Restrictions not set
Graphic (art)
99: Closed pending processing
Box
A076-01 Item no. assigned by LAC 88
Restrictions not set
Other accession no.
00088
1990-207 X DAP

Terms of use

Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1990-207-88
Copyright: Expired

Additional information

Removed from: Album: pencil sketch mounted on an unidentified folio, now removed and loose

Exhibitions note
Exhibition title: The Anti-Slavery Movement In Canada / Le mouvement antiesclavagiste au Canada. Curators: Momryk, Myron, Library and Archives Canada / Bibliothéque et archives Canada, Ottawa, Ontario; 2001.02.12 - 2001.05.27.

Signatures and inscriptions
Inscribed. Dated.
Inscription: in pen and brown ink on support recto, l.r. under image:1845

Attributions and conjectures
Attributed to artist Viscountess Amelia Falkland.

Subject heading

Nova Scotia.

Private

Other system control no.

2884796