Nemesis...destroying the Chinese war junks, in Anson's Bay, January 7th 1841.

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Title

Nemesis...destroying the Chinese war junks, in Anson's Bay, January 7th 1841.

Subject

Imperialism, Opium War, Britain, China, East India Company, Globalization

Description

The painting depicts the British ship Nemesis destroying Chinese war junks during the First Opium war, where East India Company established a monopoly on the opium trade and the Chinese government fought against illegal opium imports.

Creator

Edward Duncan

Source

Wikipedia

Date

30 May 1943

Contributor

Rabia Melis Direk

Rights

Massachusetts Institute of Technology © 2010 Visualizing Culture

Relation

Roxana, Imperialism

Format

73.6 x W 115.7 cm

Language

N/A

Type

Painting

Identifier

Imperialism, Roxana

Files

Destroying_Chinese_war_junks,_by_E._Duncan_(1843).jpg

Citation

Edward Duncan, “Nemesis...destroying the Chinese war junks, in Anson's Bay, January 7th 1841.,” Enlightenmens, accessed October 1, 2022, http://enlightenmens.lmc.gatech.edu/items/show/893.

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