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English: Punishing negros at Cathabouco (i.e. Calabouço, today place of Museu Histórico Nacional), in Rio de Janeiro, 1822. Watercolour; 23.6 x 26.3 cm.
Português do Brasil: Açoitamento de escravos na Ponta do Calabouço (atualmente local do Museu Histórico Nacional) no Rio de Janeiro, 1822. Aquarela; 23.6 x 26.3 cm
Date circa 1822
Source National Libray of Australia:
English: Augustus Earle (1793 - 1838)
Português: Augustus Earle (1793 - 1838)


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