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Choose from 153 pictures in our Theodor de Bry collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.


Sir Walter Raleigh (1554-1618) trying to establish friendship with King Arromaia of Guiana Featured Theodor de Bry Print

Sir Walter Raleigh (1554-1618) trying to establish friendship with King Arromaia of Guiana

BAL111674 Sir Walter Raleigh (1554-1618) trying to establish friendship with King Arromaia of Guiana, from 'Americae', engraved and written by Theodor de Bry (1528-98) (engraving) by Le Moyne, Jacques (de Morgues) (d.1587/88) (after); Private Collection; French, out of copyright

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America, Elizabethan, English, Explorer, Gift, Guard, Guyana, Natives, Sailor, Soldier, Tent, Tribe, Tudor

Florida Indians planting maize, from 'Grandes Voyages', 1591, written Featured Theodor de Bry Print

Florida Indians planting maize, from 'Grandes Voyages', 1591, written

BAL111671 Florida Indians planting maize, from 'Grandes Voyages', 1591, written and engraved by Theodor de Bry (1528-98) (engraving) (see also 180136) by Le Moyne, Jacques (de Morgues) (d.1587/88) (after); Private Collection; French, out of copyright

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Agriculture, Beans, Digging, Environmental, Farm, Farming, Field, Hoe, Native American Indian, Planting, Sowing

Native American tribal dance, artwork Featured Theodor de Bry Print

Native American tribal dance, artwork

Native American tribal dance. Coloured engraving based on a 16th-century artwork of an Algonquian tribal dance on Roanoke Island on the coast of North Carolina, USA. It is thought the dance was a harvest celebration. The posts are carved with faces, the dancers hold rattles, branches and arrows, and at centre three women embrace and a man and woman clasp hands. This is a colouring of an engraving that was made by De Bry based on a water colour by John White, who settled in the area in 1585. White's artworks are amongst the earliest surviving images of North America. De Bry's engravings, published in 1590, encouraged colonization of North America by Europeans

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