27 September 2006
Herbert George Ponting (1870-1935)
Weddell seal diving off the ice. Cape Evans, March 15, 1911.
the photographer's blindstamp 'H.G. Ponting.' (lower right), titled and numbered 'Weddell Seal 35' on The Fine Art Society label on the backing board
17½ x 23 7/8in. (44.5 x 60.7cm.)
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H.G. Ponting, The Great White South, London, 1921, p.215 and illustrated opp. p.216.
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