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Cowen, William, 1797-1860, Twelve views in Corsica , MDCCCXLIII 
Twelve views in Corsica / drawn, etched, and published by W. Cowen ; dedicated, by permision, to Earl Fitzwilliam.
- [London] : To be had of W. Cowen, Gibraltar Cottage, Thistle Grove, Old Brompton, London; and all respectable book and printsellers, MDCCCXLIII 
- Physical Description:
-  p.,  leaves of plates : all ill. ; 38 cm.
- Rare Books and ManuscriptsDC203.9 .C69 1843+ OversizeYale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon CollectionView by request in the Study Room [Request]
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- Copyright Status:
- Copyright Not Evaluated
- Full Orbis Record:
- Title page printed in red.
The present illustrations wre reused, with two additions, in the author's Six weeks in Corsica.
BAC: British Art Center copy is a large paper copy with proofs before letters (on India paper). Prospectus announcing the publication tipped in before t.p. Bound in blind-stamped blue cloth binding.
- Subject Terms:
- Corsica (France) -- Pictorial works.Cowen, W. -- PublisherEtching -- Specimens -- 1843.Napoleon I, Emperor of the French, 1769-1821 -- Homes and haunts -- France -- Corsica -- Pictorial works.
- The room in which Bonaparte was born, with its furniture as it existed in his juvenile days
- Exterior view of Bonaparte's house
- Napoleon's grotto where he retired to study in his youth
- The Gulf and city of Ajaccio, and Torre Di Capitello, where Napoleon commenced (in1793) his military career
- Saint Lucia, Campo Di Loro, near Ajaccio
- An ancient fort and distant view of Bastia
- A ruined convent, at one period the House of Parliament, Corte
- The entrance into Bastia
- The Port of Bastia, Lion Rock, &c.
- Prospect from the room of Napoleon's birth place
- The Port of Ajaccio, the fountain of Napoleon, Hotel de Ville, &c.
- The Castle of Corte.
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