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Samuel Daniell, A Khoikhoi girl from Korah tribe holding a jar ('Korah Girl')

A Khoikhoi girl from Korah tribe holding a jar ('Korah Girl'), 1820

Samuel Daniell (1775 - 1811)

RA Collection: Art

A Khoikhoi girl from Korah tribe holding a jar ('Korah Girl')
Drawn by
Samuel Daniell (1775 - 1811)
Engraved by
William Daniell RA (1769 - 1837)
Published by
William Daniell RA (1769 - 1837) and Mrs William Wood (before 1837 - fl. 1898)
Sir John Barrow (1764 - 1848) and Dr. William Somerville (1771 - 1860)
Printed by
Richard Taylor (before 1802 - 1858) and Arthur Taylor (1790 - 1870)
William Daniell RA (1769 - 1837)
Sketches representing the Native Tribes, Animals and Scenery of Southern Africa, printed by Richard and Arthur Taylor [for] William Daniell and William Wood, (London: 1820), pl. 45
Object type
Place of Publication
Soft-ground etching on india paper

279 mm x 229 mm

Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
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Sketches representing the native tribes, animals and scenery of Southern Africa / from drawings made by the late Mr. Samuel Daniell, engraved by William Daniell - London: 1820

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