Death of James Wolfe during French and Indian War
The death of General Wolfe / painted by B. West, historical painter to His Majesty ; engraved by Wm. Woollett, engraver to His Majesty. Print shows Gen. James Wolfe, lying mortally wounded on field, surrounded by soldiers and a Native, during the siege of Quebec in 1759 during the pivotal battle of the French and Indian War. Image date: 1776.
Image ID: 001456
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Image size: 16.1 Mpixels (46 MB uncompressed) - 4500x3571 pixels (15.0x11.9 in / 38.1x30.2 cm at 300 ppi)
Image keywords: 1700s, 18th-century, Americas, Canada, Eon4764, EonBargain, Events, France, French and Indian War, Great Britain, Illustrations, James Wolfe, Quebec, Seven Years' War, United States, War-Conflict, battles, colonies, deaths, generals