Wilkie in Turkey: The Tartar Messenger Narrating the News of the Victory of St. Jean d'Acre

Bendiner, Kenneth
June 1981
Art Bulletin;Jun81, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p259
Academic Journal
Analyzes the 19th century painting 'The Tartar Messenger Narrating the News of the Victory of Saint Jeane d'Acre' by religious painter Sir David Wilkie. Background of Wilkie; Events that led to the Battle of Saint Jean d'Acre; Relevance of the painting to history.


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