The Sun, observed through a prism James Sowerby
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The Sun, observed through a prism
Plate 2 from the monograph A new elucidation of colours, original prismatic, and material; showing their coincidence in three primitives, yellow, red and blue..., by James Sowerby (London, Richard Taylor and Co., 1809). Inscribed "Tab.2" top right and "Nov..1.1807.Publish'd by Jas. Sowerby London." Colours produced by sunlight observed through a prism.
Original: engraving. 1807
- Image reference: RS-10046
- The Royal Society
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