|Digital Media Bank ID:||44634|
Group of people with bows and arrows, Andaman Islands.
A black and white photograph, which is slightly sepia in colour. The photograph shows a group of people, most are facing the camera, however one young man on the left hand side is kneeling to the side and another man on the right hand side is shown in profile.
The photograph was taken by Edward Horace Man, who worked on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands from 1869 until 1901, during the British colonisation of these islands.
After a working life spent on the Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Edward Horace Man retired to Brighton in 1901. In 1929 he died and was buried at All Saints Church in Patcham where a headstone bears his name.
|Categories:||Collections / World Art|
Copyright & Re-use
|Credit Line:||Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove|
|Licence:||All Rights Reserved|
Object or Artwork info
|Type (of Object or Artwork):||Photographic Print|
|Creator (of Artwork / Object):||Edward Horace Man|
|Source (of Object / Artwork):||Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove|
|Other Keywords:||Photographic Print; Andaman Islands|
|Size:||91.06 KB; 450 x 333 pixels; 38 x 28 mm (print at 300 DPI); 119 x 88 mm (screen at 96 DPI);|
|Linked Accession no.:||WA900743|