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Slave Trade (Traité des nêgres)ca. 1794-1795
432 x 509 mm (17 x 20 in.)
After John Raphael Smith, British (English), (1751–1812)
After George Morland, British (English), (1763–1804)
- Africa - TGN 7001242
- families - Groups of individuals related by blood, marriage, adoption, or cohabitation. ERIC9 [May 1993 related term deleted. May 1991 descriptor moved. February 1991 related term added.]
- genre - Use for pictorial representations, which may be in various media, that represent scenes or events from everyday life; usually used with another term such as "paintings" or "prints." [April 1991 descriptor moved.]
- slaves - Those who are treated as the property of and are entirely subject to another person, whether by capture, purchase, or birth. [June 1998 alternate descriptor changed, qualifier added to "slave". June 1993 related term added. December 1992 descriptor added.]
- plate Dimensions: 432 x 509 mm (17 x 20 in.)
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Rollet, French John Raphael Smith, British (English), (1751–1812) George Morland, British (English), (1763–1804) . Slave Trade (Traité des nêgres), ca. 1794-1795. Stipple engraving on white laid paper. plate : 432 x 509 mm (17 x 20 in.). Sheet : 450 x 530 mm (17.7 x 20.9 in.). DAC accession number 1997.16.3. Friends of the Davison Art Center funds, 1997. Open Access Image from the Davison Art Center, Wesleyan University (photo: M. Johnston) .
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