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Title

Key to Seige and Relief of Gibraltar

Date

18th-19th century

People

Artist: James Ward, British 1769 - 1859

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Harvard Art Museums/Fogg Museum, Gray Collection of Engravings Fund, G5707

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Title

Key to Seige and Relief of Gibraltar

People

Artist: James Ward, British 1769 - 1859

Date

18th-19th century

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Prints

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Microsoft
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AWS Rekognition

Age 25-39
Gender Male, 53.2%
Sad 45.1%
Happy 45.6%
Disgusted 45.4%
Fear 45%
Surprised 45.1%
Angry 46.8%
Confused 45%
Calm 51.8%

AWS Rekognition

Age 20-32
Gender Male, 50.4%
Surprised 49.5%
Confused 49.5%
Calm 50.1%
Happy 49.5%
Disgusted 49.5%
Angry 49.8%
Sad 49.6%
Fear 49.5%

AWS Rekognition

Age 26-42
Gender Male, 54.3%
Happy 45.1%
Angry 47.3%
Surprised 45%
Fear 45%
Sad 45.1%
Calm 52.4%
Confused 45%
Disgusted 45.1%

AWS Rekognition

Age 44-62
Gender Male, 53.1%
Surprised 45.2%
Sad 45.5%
Angry 45.6%
Calm 53.3%
Fear 45.2%
Confused 45.1%
Disgusted 45.1%
Happy 45.1%

AWS Rekognition

Age 13-25
Gender Male, 50.3%
Happy 49.5%
Disgusted 49.5%
Confused 49.5%
Surprised 49.5%
Sad 49.5%
Calm 49.5%
Fear 49.9%
Angry 50%

AWS Rekognition

Age 22-34
Gender Male, 50.4%
Happy 49.5%
Calm 49.5%
Surprised 49.5%
Disgusted 49.5%
Confused 49.5%
Sad 50%
Angry 49.8%
Fear 49.6%

AWS Rekognition

Age 40-58
Gender Male, 54.4%
Surprised 45%
Sad 46.1%
Disgusted 45.1%
Fear 45%
Calm 53.7%
Angry 45.1%
Happy 45%
Confused 45%

AWS Rekognition

Age 13-25
Gender Male, 50.5%
Calm 50.4%
Angry 49.5%
Disgusted 49.5%
Fear 49.5%
Surprised 49.5%
Happy 49.5%
Sad 49.6%
Confused 49.5%

Feature analysis

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Insect 88.9%
Book 80.5%
Horse 58.1%

Captions

Microsoft

a close up of text on a white background 73.7%
a close up of text on a white surface 71.7%
a close up of text on a black background 66.6%

Text analysis

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PORTRAITS.
NAMES
ROGER
The
BRADSHAW
Painting
Hon.Gen.
Compart-
OF
feet
Victory
25
of the
upper
CURTIS,
dividedinto
by
ments ; the upper describing the Victory of the Garrison, and in cmoment NAMES OF PORTRAITS.
triumph,
two
The Painting 25 feet wide. by 224 feet high, dividedinto two Compart-
the
describing
humanity,
Rt.
Captin BRADSHAW SMITI
in
cmoment
triumph, a display of humanity, Cha- The Rt. Hon.Gen.
high,
and
highly
Cha-
exalts
display
Captin
224
SIR ROGER CURTIS,
of
SMITI
theBritish
of their that highly exalts theBritish
ments ;
Garrison,
that
a
of their
Commanding
wide.
SIR
Commanding Ofiomr a-6oat.
ofcho
Ofiomr
a-6oat.

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CURTIS,
Commanding
Painting
Victory
emoment
triumph,
highly
exalts
the
large
that
Portraits
Hanoverián
of
size
are
being
over)
set
fire.
in
GENERATs
DE
MOTTE
destruction.
seen
battering
Spanish
whilst
a
second
enemy
endeavouring
to
from
is
flames.
Army,
repre-
by
HowE;
right
Store-ships
Fleet,"
12th
39th
Col.
50th
Major
58th
Lieut.
73d
The
Rt.
B.
Governor
com-
William
9
General
11
De
Motte's
Commandant
Artillery
ter
Perryn,
Capt.
Au-
thor
distance
View
at
anchor.-The
HowE
BARRINGTON
sides
13 Captain BRADSHAW SMITH, of the Nivy. SIR ROGER CURTIS, Commanding Oflionr a-doat. The Painting is 25 feet wide, by 22 feet high, divided into two Compart- ments; the upper describing the Victory of the Garrison, and in emoment of their triumph, a display of humanity, that highly exalts the British Cha- racter; it is composed of three large groups; that on the right contains the Portraits of the principal British and Hanoverián Officers, of the size of life, who are assembled on the Rampart (the Action being over) to view the dreadful scene which ensued from the battering Ships being set on fire. LORD HEATHFIELD, on horseback, in conversation with GENERATs BOYD, DE LA MOTTE and GREEN; pointing to StR RooER CURTIS, and a detach- ment of British Seamen, who, at the hazard of their own lives, are rescuing their vanquished enemies from destruction. Several of the seamen are seen at the stern of one of the battering Ships, striking the Spanish Ensign whilst others generously relieve a number of the unforttnate Spaniards from a sinking wreck : these form a second group, on the left. The third group occupy the centre, where a number of the enemy are representer in extreme distress, endeavouring to escape from a floating battery that is enveloped in flames. At a distance is a view of the Camp of the Allied Army, and the head quarters of the DUKE DE CRILLON. In the under Compartment is repre- sented the Relief of Gibraltar, by the British Fleet, under the command of EARL HowE; on the right is seen the Rock oF GIBRALTAR, and a number of Store-ships entering the Bay, protected by a Detachment of the Fleet," which extends itself through the Picture, to the left. NAMES OF PORTRAITS. 12 Col. Trigge, 12th Regiment 20 Lieut. Col. Vaughan, 39th Regt. 10 Col. Craig, 50th Regiment 16 Major Brown, 58th Regiment 17 Hon. Lieut. Col. Lindsay, late 2d Battalion, 73d Regiment 6 The Rt. Hon. Gen. Lord Heath field, K. B. Governor 4 Lieut. Gen. Sir Robert Boyd, K. B. Lieut. Governor EARL HOWE ADMIRAL BARRINGTON. 5 Major General De la Motte, com- manding the Hanoverian Bri- gade Major General Sir William Green, Bart. Chief Engineer 9 Major General Picton 8 Col. Dachenhausen, Reden's Hanoverian Regiment 11 Col.Hugo, Sydow's, late Harden- berg's 10 Col. Schleppegrell, De la Motte's 21 Colonel Lewis, Commandant of Artillery 18 Lieut. Col. Hardy, Quarter Mas- ter General 22 Major Vallotton, Governor's first Aid-de-Camp 14 Lieut. Holloway, Aid-de-Camp to Chief Engineer 13 Major Perryn, 12th Regt. 15 Capt. Drinkwater, fate 72d, Au- thor of the History of the Siege of Gibraltar At a distance is a View of the Bay of GIBRALTAR; and the Combined Fleets of France and Spain appear at anchor.-The Spanish Coast terminates the view. Portraits of EARL HowE and ADMIRAL BARRINGTON are placed on the sides of this Compartment.
SMITH,
Nivy.
SIR
a-doat.
feet
two
describing
racter;
composed
groups;
on
and
Rampart
(the
Action
dreadful
with
LA
RooER
who,
others
unforttnate
Spaniards
wreck
left.
third
battery
enveloped
quarters
under
Compartment
command
GIBRALTAR,
Detachment
PORTRAITS.
Regiment
17
late
Robert
HOWE
Bri-
Green,
Picton
Dachenhausen,
Hanoverian
Sydow's,
Schleppegrell,
Colonel
Mas-
Vallotton,
Engineer
72d,
Combined
Spain
EARL
this
13
BRADSHAW
wide,
ments;
Garrison,
display
Cha-
three
principal
Officers,
life,
ensued
GREEN;
British
Seamen,
hazard
own
vanquished
one
Ships,
generously
number
these
group
occupy
centre,
distress,
escape
head
In
sented
protected
which
OF
10
Craig,
Brown,
2d
Gen.
4
Boyd,
BARRINGTON.
5
Motte,
manding
gade
Sir
Col.Hugo,
21
Lewis,
18
Hardy,
22
14
Chief
15
Drinkwater,
fate
Siege
Gibraltar
Bay
appear
ADMIRAL
Oflionr
divided
upper
it
contains
Ships
horseback,
BOYD,
pointing
their
rescuing
enemies
Several
stern
striking
relieve
floating
At
view
Camp
DUKE
Fleet,
entering
extends
through
12
Vaughan,
Regt.
Hon.
Lindsay,
6
Lord
K.
Bart.
8
Harden-
berg's
la
Aid-de-Camp
Holloway,
History
France
view.
placed
Compartment.
Reden's
Quarter
Governor's
first
GIBRALTAR;
Fleets
Coast
terminates
Captain
ROGER
25
high,
into
Compart-
humanity,
who
assembled
scene
LORD
HEATHFIELD,
conversation
StR
detach-
ment
lives,
seamen
Ensign
sinking
:
form
group,
where
representer
extreme
Allied
CRILLON.
Relief
Gibraltar,
Rock
oF
Bay,
itself
Picture,
NAMES
Trigge,
20
16
Battalion,
Heath
field,