Lithograph, Planographic Print

View of Victoria, Vancouver Island
Object ID
Communication Artifacts, Documentary Objects; Graphic Documents
Wood, paper, glass
Drawn by H.O Tiedemann and T. Picken Published by Day & Son, Lithographers to the Queen, June 13, 1860
Place Made
London, England

Color lithograph print of Victoria, Vancouver Island. The print is matted and within a decorative frame. The title of the piece is matted underneath the print in the centre, on a separate piece.

The print shows a harbor from the perspective of the viewer standing on a grassy hill, looking down onto the water which depicts various sailing ships, and buildings on land. In the centre, two ranger patrols are sitting and standing on a rock respectively. On the bottom border of the print, key landmarks are listed including the Songhees Village (of the Lək̓ʷəŋən people), Police barracks, Victoria District Church, Hudson's Bay Company's Fort Victoria, Brit Strait forward, Governer's residence, James Bay Bridge, Government buildings, and entrance to the harbour.

Related people/organizations
created by: Tiedemann, H.O.
created by: Picken, T.
created by: Day & Son, Lithographers to the Queen