Death of General Wolfe
- Death of General Wolfe
A black and white magazine print of a photograph from the British Museum of an engraving by William Woollett of the original painting "Death of General Wolfe," painted by Benjamin West in 1770. The print depicts twelve soldiers and one Native American in the foreground of a battlefield, surrounding the dying General James Wolfe. A crowd of mournful soldiers stands in the background.
- Woollett, William, 1735-1785
Black-and-white prints (prints on paper)
Amherst College Archives & Special Collections
Box 1 Folder 6 (shelf locator)
- Collection (local):
Jeffery Amherst Collection
Death and burial
Plains of Abraham, Battle of the, Québec, 1795
Wolfe, James, 1727-1759
- 1 print ; mount 18 x 26 cm.
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- Notes (date):
The date provided is based on the year William Woollett executed his engraving.