A Series of Views In Turkey And The Crimea, From The Embarcation at Gallipoli To The Fall Of Sebastopol

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1856 (published)
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Lithograph tinted with two tint stones, half bound in red morocco, depicting the river Chernaya. Lettered with title and publisher's details.


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Object Type
Additional TitleValley Of The Tychernaya And Ruins Of Inkermann (assigned by artist)
Materials and Techniques
Lithograph
Brief Description
Lithograph after a drawing by Lt. Mottram Andrews entitled 'Valley Of The Tychernaya And Ruins Of Inkermann' from 'A Series of Views In Turkey And The Crimea, From The Embarcation at Gallipoli To The Fall Of Sebastopol', engraved by J. Sutcliffe. British School, 1856.
Physical Description
Lithograph tinted with two tint stones, half bound in red morocco, depicting the river Chernaya. Lettered with title and publisher's details.
Dimensions
  • Size of covers height: 55.8 cm
  • Width: 36.7cm
Marks and Inscriptions
Lt. Coll. Andrews, del: J.Sutcliffe, Lith. London: Published by T.McLean, 26, Haymarket, 1856. Printed at 70, St. Martin's Lane. (Lettered)
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Purchased with the assistance of the National Heritage Memorial Fund, Art Fund, Shell International and the Friends of the V&A
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Bibliographic Reference
The Battle of the Chernaya (Battle of Tchernaïa, Сражение у Черной речки, Сражение у реки Черной) was a battle by the Chernaya River fought during the Crimean War on August 16, 1855. The battle was fought between Russian troops and a coalition of French, Sardinian and Ottoman troops. The Chernaya River is on the outskirts of Sevastopol. The battle ended in a Russian retreat and a victory for the French, Sardinians and Turks.
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SP.56:8

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