The meaning of ice: scientific scrutiny and the visual record obtained from the British polar expeditions between 1772 and 1854

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Ware, Trevor David Oliver;
  • Subject: ND1370

This thesis is an analysis of the work produced by artists accompanying naval expeditions to the Arctic and Antarctic regions between 1772 and 1854. The expeditions were mainly by sea and supplemented in the Arctic by some overland. Their aims were scientific and organi... View more
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