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Canada Map - illustration Featured Maps Print

Canada Map - illustration

Colored Map of the Canada The urls of the reference files are (country, continent, world map and globe): http:/lib.utexas.edu/maps/americas/canada_pol99.jpg http:/lib.utexas.edu/maps/world_maps/time_zones_ref_2011.pdf http:/lib.utexas.edu/maps/americas/north_america_ref_2010.pdf. In addition - some region boundaries and city locations were taken from: http:/lib.utexas.edu/maps/united_states/usa_pol01.jpg http:/lib.utexas.edu/maps/americas/mexico_pol97.jpg http:/lib.utexas.edu/maps/americas/canada_pol_1986.gif - The illustration was completed January 10, 2016 and created in Corel Draw - 1 layer of data used for the detailed outline of the land

Map of North America. High detailed orange vector map with Borders and Rivers Featured Maps Print

Map of North America. High detailed orange vector map with Borders and Rivers

North America Map with United States, Canada, Mexico and Cuba Map was found: Map was found: Created with Adobe Illustrator with splines

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Lieutenant-General The Honourable Robert Monckton Featured Maps Print

Lieutenant-General The Honourable Robert Monckton

Major-General (later Lieutenant-General) The Honourable Robert Monckton (1726-1782), at the Taking of Martinique, 1762.Oil on canvas by Benjamin West (1738-1820), 1763/4 (c), exhibited at the Society of Artists 1764.Listed in 1762 as a major-general (he later became a lieutenant-general), Monckton is wearing a general officer's frock coat: the single-spaced buttons and loops were later to be used to denote full generals. Still in his thirties, Monckton was a tall, imposing figure, who received the thanks of the House of Commons for his valiant conquest of Martinique.Monckton's military career was largely centred in North America, most significantly as General Wolfe's second-in-command at Quebec in 1759. From 1761-1763, he was Governor of New York. It was thus no coincidence that he chose the young American artist, Benjamin West, to record his grandest moment for posterity. In 1763 West had just arrived in London, en route from Italy to his native Pennsylvania, when he received the commission. His interpretation of the dignified general, with its fashionable Neo-Classical allusion to the Apollo Belvedere, was so successful that it was one of three paintings exhibited in 1764 that launched West's career in England. West went on to receive royal patronage and, in 1792, succeeded Sir Joshua Reynolds as President of the Royal Academy. In its day, his most famous painting, The Death of General Wolfe, (National Galleries of Canada), was innovative for treating a contemporary subject as a formal, academic history painting, with the principals dressed in their own clothes, as opposed to classical robes.The map in Monckton's right hand and the left-hand detail of the portrait make direct allusion to the most crucial part of the capture of Martinique. There had previously been several unsuccessful British attempts to take this important sugar island. In 1762 it was heavily garrisoned with over 12, 000 French soldiers, local militia and hired privateersmen'. Monckton assemb

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