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Life in the Jurassic Sea 'Duria Antiquior' (An Earlier Dorset)

Photo credit: Department of Earth Sciences and Sedgwick Museum, University of Cambridge

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This painting is an enlargement by Farren of a pencil drawing by Sir Henry Thomas De La Beche (1796–1855), who presented his drawing to Dr Buckland to be printed for the meeting of the British Association in 1832.

Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge

Cambridge


Date

c.1850

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 190 x W 268 cm

Accession number

248

Acquisition method

presented by Adam Sedgwick, Professor of Zoology, Imperial College London, 1908

Work type

Painting


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Sedgwick Museum of Earth Sciences, University of Cambridge

Downing Street, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire CB2 3EQ England

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