'Tah-too Duari, a native of Cape Palmas, Upper Guinea, West Africa...' Elizabeth Savage

'Tah-too Duari, a native of Cape Palmas, Upper Guinea, West Africa...' by Elizabeth Savage

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'Tah-too Duari, a native of Cape Palmas, Upper Guinea, West Africa...'

Illustration from the paper "An account of the disquamation and change of colour in a Negro of Upper Guinea, West Africa", by Thomas Staughton Savage, published in summary form in Abstracts of the papers communicated to the Royal Society of London, vol.5 1843-1850, pp.623-624. A full-length portrait of its subject, with his arms folded and looking to the viewer's left, and showing changes to skin pigmentation. The sitter wears a striped blue breech-cloth. He shows facial tattooing and an arrow design on his left upper chest. Inscribed above: "Tah-too Duari a native of Cape Palmas, Upper Guinea, West Africa sketched by Mrs T.S.Savage".

Original: watercolour on paper. 1846

  • Image reference: RS-9779

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