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The Goat, c1850. Artist: Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins Featured Angora Print

The Goat, c1850. Artist: Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins

The Goat, c1850. The central image is of a goat and kid. Surrounding vignettes show (clockwise from top left): milking goats for milk and cheese; an Eastern goatherd and tents made of goatskin; goatskin for army knapsacks; buying goatskin gloves in the glover's shop; buying goatskin shoes; goatskin used for Morocco bindings for books; a goat pulling a cart; hair of angora or cashmere goat for textiles shuch as shawls; men in an Alpine district eating goat flesh and cheese. From Graphic Illustrations of Animals and Their Utility to Man published by Thomas Varty. (London, c1850)

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View Ankara background walled city Angora center plan Featured Angora Print

View Ankara background walled city Angora center plan

View of Ankara, In the background the walled city of Ankara (Angora), in the center plan a landscape with on the left men on horseback, accompanied by (hunting) dogs and on the right a hunter, a horse caravan and a camel caravan that cross a bridge. The various stages of wool production are shown in the foreground. On the far right the angora goats are shaved. Next we see from right to left the weaving of the wool by a drapenier, the washing and cooking of the wool, the weighing of the wool, the re-weighing (possibly the inspection of the wool), the spinning and the sale of the wool and a busy marketplace, prospect of city, town panorama, silhouette of city, wool (material, textile industry), Ankara, anonymous, Turkije, 1700 - 1799, canvas, oil paint (paint), h 117 cm ? w 198 cm d 6.5 cm

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