The Rhinebeck Panorama of Nelson's London c. 1806.
This intricate watercolor map was discovered in the upstate New York town of Rhinebeck in the 1940's. It was created by unknown artist(s) between 1806 and 1810. The original is in 4 panels and extends almost 9 feet in length. This reproduction is 11 by 39 inches, enough to see the beautiful details of a city primed for war, with the Thames crowded with ships and industry lining its banks. In a cardboard case with explanatory text by Brand. Old House with the Museum of London. 2013. NEW. $9.00