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Daniel Maclise RA, William stumbles as he lands, but, grasping the earth with his hand, calls out that he thus takes possession of the English soil & so reassures his followers, who regarded his fall as an ill omen

William stumbles as he lands, but, grasping the earth with his hand, calls out that he thus takes possession of the English soil & so reassures his followers, who regarded his fall as an ill omen, 1866

Daniel Maclise RA (1806 - 1870)

RA Collection: Art

Title
William stumbles as he lands, but, grasping the earth with his hand, calls out that he thus takes possession of the English soil & so reassures his followers, who regarded his fall as an ill omen
Artist/designer
Daniel Maclise RA (1806 - 1870)
Production supervised by
Ludwig Gruner (1801 - 1882)
Published by
From
Daniel Maclise, The story of the Norman Conquest, London, 1866 (pl. 28)
Date
1866
Object type
Plate
Place of Publication
London
Medium
Etching
Dimensions

122 mm x 389 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
15/3696
This image is from a book

The story of the Norman conquest / by Daniel Maclise, R.A. - London: 1866

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