“Trinity Estate, St. Mary’s,” 1825, hand-coloured aquatint
on Board, 1823, hand-coloured aquatint
She is supported by research assistants Emily Davidson, Katelyn Clark and Achini Ranasinghege.
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on canvas, 49.8 x 68.6 cm.
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