Die Americaner machen das Corps des General Bourgoyne zu Gefangnen, bey Saratoga, am 16ten Octobr 1777 / D. Chodowiecki inv. et del. ; D. Berger sculpsit 1784.
Print shows British troops laying down their arms at the surrender at Saratoga, one of twelve scenes depicting the history of the American Revolution.
One of two prints by "HD" (identified by Weitenkampf and others tentatively as Henry Dacre) based on incidents during President Van Buren's visit to the resort at Saratoga Springs, New York, during the summer o... more
Silhouettes must have first appeared in England in about 1700, when William and Mary reportedly had their profiles done. By the 1720s, silhouettes—or shades as they were known in Great Britain—had become an est... more
Drawing shows a view across an expanse of lawn, with trees in the foreground, of a pavilion, the original Congress Hall Hotel, and other buildings.
Saratoga. Highrock-Iodine and Empire Springs / drawn from nature by Aug. Köllner ; lith. by Deroy ; printed by Cattier.
Print shows a distant view of the Highrock-Iodine and Empire Springs resort with carriages and pedestrians in the foreground.