The Burning of the Peggy Stewart

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The Burning of the Peggy Stewart

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Title:  

The Burning of the Peggy Stewart
Date:
1896
Creator:
Mayer, Francis Blackwell (1827-1899)

Content Description: 

The painting, The Burning of the Peggy Stewart depicts the scene when local merchant Anthony Stewart was forced to set ablaze his ship and its cargo of tea, because he violated the non-importation resolution by the colonists in protest to the tea tax.

Physical Description: 

oil on canvas 73 1/2 x 53 1/2 (sight) ; frame 95 x 74 1/2 x 11

Location:
100 State Circle,Maryland,Annapolis,21401
Identifier:
MSA SC 1545-1-1111

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