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Huelva. Here, on the 12th October, they were celebrating the departure of Columbus on his first adventure, and we celebrated with them. Kindest regards from us both. James McBey

Huelva. Here, on the 12th October, they were celebrating the departure of Columbus on his first adventure, and we celebrated with them. Kindest regards from us both. James McBey

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Title:
Huelva. Here, on the 12th October, they were celebrating the departure of Columbus on his first adventure, and we celebrated with them. Kindest regards from us both. James McBey
Title (alt.):
Sketch at Huelva
Description:
The departure of Columbus from Palos at dawn on September 4, 1492. The fleet was one of three ships; the nearest in the etching is the caravel, Santa Maria, in which Columbus himself sailed. A full-size replica of the Santa Maria is used for celebrations at Palos, and was sketched by the artist in 1932 at Huelva, which is on the opposite side of the river from Palos.
Artist:
McBey, James, 1883-1959
Name on Item:
James McBey
Date:
[ca. 1902–1933]
Format:
Drawings/Illustrations
Genre:
Ink drawings
Location:
Boston Public Library
Print Department
Collection (local):
James McBey (1883-1959). Prints and Drawings
Subjects:
Sailing ships
Santa María (Ship)
Places:
SpainAndalusia (region)Huelva (province)Palos de la Frontera
Extent:
1 drawing : pen and brown ink ; sheet 10 x 14 cm
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Terms of Use:
Copyright (c) James McBey
All rights reserved.
Notes (date):
Date from item or from accompanying material.
Notes (citation):
Hardie, Martin, and Charles Carter. "The etchings and drypoints of James McBey (1883-1959)." Alan Wofsy Fine Arts, 1997, San Francisco.
Notes:
Title from item.
Alternative title(s) from item or from accompanying material.
Drawing for the etching titled, "Palos: Departure of Columbus" (Hardie and Carter: H. 267).
Handwritten on item: For Palos: Departure of Columbus
Identifier:
17_06_001018
Barcode:
36666000004487