Warren, Charles Turner, 1762-1823

English engraver

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[Hodges, William], 1744-1797 (after) :The fortunate escape of Captn Cook from the furious natives of Erramangea. Granger delin; Warren sculp. [Plate no] 37 [1780s?]
Date: 1774 - 1787 - 1790 By: Hodges, William, 1744-1797; Granger, active 1780s; Warren, Charles Turner, 1762-1823 Ref: A-438-027 Description: Shows a rowing boat containing Captain Cook who stands amongst members of his crew as they attempt to land at Eromanga, meeting resistance from the inhabitan...
Date: 1810 - 1793 By: Piron, Jean, active 1791-1794; Warren, Charles Turner, 1762-1823 Ref: A-111-095 Description: Half-length portraits of a Maori man and a woman Trimmed inside plate marks. The original drawing by Piron was of two men, since only men came out to D'En...
Date: 1780 - 1790 By: Warren, Charles Turner, 1762-1823; Parkinson, Sydney, 1745?-1771; Buchan, Alexander, -1769; Hogg and Company Ref: A-111-054 Description: Joseph Banks in an encounter with a Papua New Guinean chief; the perforated rock near Tolaga Bay; a small settlement in Tierra del Fuego, visited by Cook in ...
Date: 1800 By: Piron, Jean, active 1791-1794; Warren, Charles Turner, 1762-1823 Ref: A-111-067 Description: Shows a standing man of Admiralty Island, Papua New Guinea. He is holding a lime bottle in his right hand (used for dipping betel leaves into, before chewing...
Date: 1769 - 1773 - 1774 By: Parkinson, Sydney, 1745-1771; Cipriani, Giovanni Battista, 1727-1785; Warren, Charles Turner, 1762-1823; Hogg and Company; Webster, Kenneth Athol, 1906-1967 Ref: B-085-011 Description: Three Raiatean women dancing, two with elaborate ruffs at the waists of their skirts, watched by other Raiateans on the right and accompanied by a flute-play...