'Hawk [stomach]' William Clift
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Plate 12, figures 2 and 3, from the paper "Observations on the structure of the stomachs of different animals...", by Everard Home, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, vol.97 (1807), pp.139-179. External and internal appearance of the stomach of a hawk. The work is inscribed below "Hawk natural size..." and above "To be put On the Plate with the [Human or - struck through] Lynx." Not signed. Attached to figure 1 by red sealing wax.
Original: ink on board. 1807
- Image reference: RS-8573
- The Royal Society
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