A West India Sportsman: Make haste with the Sangaree, Quashaie, and tell Quaco to drive the Birds up to me - I'm ready by James Sayers

A West India Sportsman: Make haste with the Sangaree, Quashaie, and tell Quaco to drive the Birds up to me - I'm ready

James Sayers

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A West India Sportsman: Make haste with the Sangaree, Quashaie, and tell Quaco to drive the Birds up to me - I'm ready by James Sayers zoom

A West India Sportsman: Make haste with the Sangaree, Quashaie, and tell Quaco to drive the Birds up to me - I'm ready

In 1807 when the bill banning the trade in slaves in British dominions was finally passed, William Holland published a series of prints aimed as an attack on colonial exploitation. 'J.S.', the artist of this image is likely to be James Sayers (1748-1823). Part of the Michael Graham-Stewart slavery collection.
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  • Image reference: E9114

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