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Fort Raleigh National Historic Site
Watercolor over black lead, heightened with white (altered) and gold, 146 x 170 mm. Inscribed in brown ink, 'The broyling of their fish over the flame of fier.' 1906,0509.1.11bFish , fire , flame , john white , watercolor , watercolors , watercolour , watercolours , broying , broiling , Cooking , algonquian
Possibly drawn in the West Indies during the 1585 voyage, this sea turtle is an endangered species in American waters. Its' range spans the tropical and subtropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean. Watercolor and bodycolor over black lead, heightened with white, 187 x 260 mm. 1906,0509.1.70
This a protected species today. The southern diamond-back terrapin has five toes, not six as shown here. Note the shading behind the front legs and carapace that John White added to indicate its relationship with the ground. Watercolor over black lead, heightened with white, 174 x 235 mm. 1906,0509.1.69
Credit: Brigham Young University Museum of ArtSource: Weir Farm National Historic SiteJulian Alden Weir. Rabbits by a Pond. Watercolor, 11 x 10 in. Brigham Young University Museum of Art. Purchase/gift Mahonri M. Young Estate.