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Choose from 75 pictures in our John Webber 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.


A Young Woman of the Sandwich Islands, illustration from 'A Voyage to the Pacific' Featured John Webber Print

A Young Woman of the Sandwich Islands, illustration from 'A Voyage to the Pacific'

XJF618952 A Young Woman of the Sandwich Islands, illustration from 'A Voyage to the Pacific', engraved by John Keyse Sherwin, 1784 (engraving) by Webber, John (1750-93) (after); Private Collection; (add.info.: John Webber was the official artist on Captain James Cook's final voyage through the Pacific; The Sandwich Islands were the name given to the Hawaiian Islands by Cook; image engraved by John Keyse Sherwin (c.1751-90)); English, out of copyright

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Human sacrifice in Tahiti, artwork Featured John Webber Print

Human sacrifice in Tahiti, artwork

Human sacrifice in Tahiti. Artwork of the British explorer Captain James Cook (lower right) and other sailors, watching the final stages of a two-day human sacrifice in Tahiti in 1777. At centre, the body has been tied to a post and brought to a morai, a sacred place used for burial and worship. The grave is being dug in the background, in front of skulls of previous sacrifices. At left, seated priests pray to the god Oro. At far left, drummers beat ceremonial drums. At right, a dog is being sacrificed over a fire. This image is based on artwork by John Webber, Cook's official artist

© SHEILA TERRY/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

A ceremony in honour of the Kings son, on the island of Tongataboo. Engraving by J Featured John Webber Print

A ceremony in honour of the Kings son, on the island of Tongataboo. Engraving by J

The Natche, a ceremony in honour of the King's son, in Tongataboo ; J. Webber del. ; landscape by S. Middiman; figures by J. Hall

© Wellcome Collection / John Webber