Print (Lithograph)

  • Title:

    Battle of Buena Vista

  • Category:

    Prints and Maps

  • Creator (Role):

    Fanny F. Palmer (Lithographer)

    Henry R. Robinson (Publisher)

    Joseph HoraceEaton (Design inspiration)

  • Place of Origin:

    North America

  • Date:

    1847

  • Museum Object Number:

    2019.0018


  • Complete Details



Object Number

2019.0018

Object Name

Print (Lithograph)

Title

Battle of Buena Vista

Category

Prints and Maps

Credit Line/Donor

Museum purchase with funds provided by the Henry Francis du Pont Collectors Circle

Creator (Role)

Fanny F. Palmer (Lithographer)
1812-08/20/1876
Fanny Palmer began working for Nathaniel Currier (later Currier & Ives) about 1851, and is today credited with over 200 signed lithographs and countless others unsigned.

Henry R. Robinson (Publisher)
References: Peters, America on Stone, 337-42. (H. R. Robinson's trade card at 52 Nassau Street illustrated on p. 13). Listed in New York City Directories at the following addresses: 1833-34 carver & gilder, 52 Cortlandt Street 1835 Fleetwood & Robinson, corner of Nassau and Spruce Streets 1836-37 caricaturist, 52 and 48 Cortlandt Street 1837-42 caricaturist, 52 Cortlandt Street (and 1839-41: 2 Wall Street) 1842-43 caricaturist, 52 Cortlandt Street 1843-48 lithographer, 142 Nassau Street 1848-49 lithographer, print and caricature publisher, 142 Nassau Stret and 31 Park Row 1849-50 lithographer, 31 Park Row 1850-51 lithographer, 11 Theater Alley Robinson also had an office on Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C., and worked in partnership with Anthony Fleetwod under the name of Fleetwood & Robinson, corner of Nassau and Spruce Streets (1835).

Joseph HoraceEaton (Design inspiration)

Place of Origin

North America

Date

1847

Dimensions (inches)

Dimensions (centimeters)

Object Description

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