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George Baxter - Framed c.1843 Baxter Method Print, Reverend John Williams



A Baxter print of the Rev. John Williams, a missionary in the 19th century. His family were well regarded within missionary circles, he voyaged to the Society Islands, a group of islands that included Tahiti in 1817 where he converted locals to Christianity. In November 1839, while visiting a part of the New Hebrides where John Williams was unknown, he and fellow missionary James Harris were killed and eaten by cannibals.

Well presented in a double card mount and fluted wooden frame with brass name plate.

Unsigned. On wove.


The condition is typical for a picture of this age including some discolouration. With a tear to the upper right corner. Tear to lower edge measuring 3cm. Minor marks to the frame.


26.1 x 21.1cm (10.3" x 8.3")
Framed Size: 48 x 42.8cm (18.9" x 16.9")

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Code kk846
Artist George Baxter
Date c.1843
Dimensions 26.1 x 21.1cm
Framed Yes
Medium Etching
Style Realism
Subject Portrait
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