Dancing Snake and Musicians. From a Drawing taken on the spot by Baron de Montalembert, 1807. (B5-469)
Lower Center: Published by Richard Bentley, 8 New Burlington St. 1834. Lower Right: Engraved by T. Wageman. Top Right: 8.
Author: James Forbes - Revised by his daughter, Eliza Rosée Countess De Montalembert
Source / Publication: Oriental Memoirs: A Narrative of Seventeen Years Residence in India. By James Forbes, F.R.S., & c. Second Edition, Revised by his Daughter, The Countess De Montalembert. In Two Volumes.
Publisher: Richard Bentley
Place of Publication: 8 New Burlington Street, London,
Page Number: 8
Artist: James Forbes (1749-1819)
Engraver: T. Wageman
Printer: J. B. Nichols and Son, 25 Parliament Street, London
Paper Dimensions: 11 3/4 x 9 1/4 inches.
Medium: Steel engraving
Coloured: Black and white
Condition: The print is in great condition with some minor wear around the edges, including a very small tear into the left bottom side of the print, and what appears to be ink marks, from when the print was initially printed on the top center of the print, as can be seen.
Keywords: Dancing Snake, Dancing, Snake, Musicians, Music, Snake charmer, Daily life, Indian, life, India, Indian, Cows, Drums, instruments, Gathering, Costume, Dress, carrying a basket, under an umbrella, James Forbes, Forbes, Eliza Rosée, Countess De Montalembert, Oriental Memoirs, Narrative of Seventeen Years Residence in India, Bentley, 8 New Burlington Street, London, Wageman, Nichols & Son, 25 Parliament Street, 1834, Steel engraving,
Identification Number: B5-469
1. American Black Squirrel. 2. Ariel Petaurus. 3. Squirrel-Like Petaurus. 4. Lesser American Flying Squirrel. 5. 6. Grey Squirrel. 7. Common British Squirrel. 8. Common Ground Squirrel. 9. Agiump Squirrel. (B7-X-21)