Pencil and watercolour drawing of a complete Maximilian armour, surrounded by other detached pieces of armour, with a shield and crossed swords on the wall behind and three staff weapons, including a tournament lance, a fork and a partisan, to the right. Others are indicated in pencil, but not coloured. Signed 'E. Duncan, 1840'

Object Title

Pencil and watercolour drawing of a complete Maximilian armour, surrounded by other detached pieces of armour, with a shield and crossed swords on the wall behind and three staff weapons, including a tournament lance, a fork and a partisan, to the right. Others are indicated in pencil, but not coloured. Signed 'E. Duncan, 1840'

Pencil and watercolour drawing of a complete Maximilian armour, surrounded by other detached pieces of armour, with a shield and crossed swords on the wall behind and three staff weapons, including a tournament lance, a fork and a partisan, to the right. Others are indicated in pencil, but not coloured. Signed 'E. Duncan, 1840'

Date

1840

Reference

DUF 3/1 [I.391]

Level

Item

Physical Characteristics / Technical Requirements

Stamped with a circular red seal 'ED' interlaced. 37.5 x 27.2 cm

Access Conditions

Open access

Administrative / Biographical History

Edward Duncan (1803-1882) was a a water-colour painter, He was articled to Robert Havell, aquatint engraver, and developed a taste for drawing. He became a Member of New Society of Painters in Water-colours, 1831; withdrew; elected as an Associate of the Society of Painters in Water-colours, 1849; full member, 1850. Specialised in shipping and coastal scenery. See also: I.542

Associations

Creator(s) Mr Arthur R. Dufty

Contents

  DUF 3/1 [I.391] - Pencil and watercolour drawing of a complete Maximilian armour, surrounded by other detached pieces of armour, with a shield and crossed swords on the wall behind and three staff weapons, including a tournament lance, a fork and a partisan, to the right. Others are indicated in pencil, but not coloured. Signed 'E. Duncan, 1840'