[Sainson, Louis Auguste de] b 1801 :Nouvelle Zelande; ceremonie de bapteme. Devillier sculp [Paris 1844]
- Devillier, active 1844; Sainson, Louis Auguste de, 1800-
Shows a baby being baptised by its parents while a tohunga watches
Illustration: from Lafond de Lurcy, Gabriel. Voyages autour du monde et naufrages celebres. Paris, Drouat 1844 v. 8, opp. p.284 (910.8). Based on an illustration by L A de Sainson 'Ceremonie d'un bapteme Zelandais' from Voyage pittoresque autour du monde (Paris, 1833) part of Plate 51.
First state. Lacks additional inscription, lower left: Drouart imp. R du Fouarre 11 Paris
Other Titles - New Zealand baptism ceremony [translation]
Extended Title - From Lafond de Lurcy, Gabriel. Voyages autour du monde et naufrages celebres par le capitaine G. Lafond. Paris, Administration de Librairie, 1844. Tome 3.
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Physical Description: Engraving (hand-coloured) 160 x 250 mm
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