The industry of all nations. Crucifixion and group of two figures carved in wood by J.G. Lange (heirs), Wurtemberg. Sideboard carved in rosewood by Auguste Eliaers, Cornhill, Boston.
IMAGE "The industry of all nations. Crucifixion and group of two figures carved in wood by J.G. Lange (heirs), Wurtemberg. Sideboard carved in rosewood by Auguste Eliaers, Cornhill, Boston.", 1854. Printed material. Brooklyn Museum. (Photo: Brooklyn Museum, T783_B1_Si3_Art_Industry_p114_SL1.jpg
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CITATIONBrooklyn Museum Libraries
AUTHOR Sheraton, Thomas, 1751-1806.
DESCRIPTION 2 v. (xviii, viii, 440, 6 p.) illus. 22 cm.
CITATION Brooklyn Museum Libraries
IMPRINT New York, Praeger 
DATE DISPLAY 1970
CALL NUMBER NK2222 Sh5 Sh5