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a portrait of a woman with medium skin tone, in a white robe and blouse with bead necklaces, against a cloudy sky, with writing in the upper right identifying her and the artist

"After a Long Cruise by John Carlin: Mutiny and Maritime New York"

Finamore, Daniel
10 pages
6 illustrations
9.25 x 11.25 in
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The Metropolitan Museum Journal is issued annually and publishes original research on works of art in the Museum’s collection. Highlights of volume 58 include an investigation of how boldly colored orange glass and enamels were produced at Qing imperial workshops; a rare portrait of Joanna de Silva, an Indian servant, by British artist William Wood in 1792; and the extraordinary discovery of a hoard of German silver cups and tankards hidden for more than two hundred years.

After a Long Cruise, John Carlin  American, Oil on canvas, American
Mrs. Nicholas Fish (Elizabeth Stuyvesant), John Carlin  American, Watercolor on ivory, American
View of South Street, from Maiden Lane, New York City, William James Bennett  American, Watercolor on off-white wove paper, American
ca. 1827

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Finamore, Daniel. “After a Long Cruise by John Carlin: Mutiny and Maritime New York.” Metropolitan Museum Journal 58 (December 1, 2023): 23–32.