Vista de una casa de calderas
"View of a Sugar Boiling House" (caption translation). This lithograph shows enslaved people boiling sugar in large cauldron with white people being served drinks by an enslaved person. Sugar pots are on table, which were used for draining the molasses. Frédéric Mialhe (1810-c. 1861), also Federico Mialhe, was a French landscape painter and draughtsman. He went to Cuba on by invitation of the Real Sociedad Patriótica. He designed three sets of lithographs from 1838 to 1854. The publisher, Bernardo May, claimed ownership of this image and sold them under his own name. For a discussion on the image see Emilio Cueto, Mialhe's Colonial Cuba (Miami: The Historical Association of Southern Florida, 1994). See image LOC-CUBA.
"Plate XXVI" in Album pintoresco de la isla de Cuba (Havana[?]: B. May y Ca., 1851[?]).
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"Vista de una casa de calderas", Slavery Images: A Visual Record of the African Slave Trade and Slave Life in the Early African Diaspora, accessed April 5, 2020, http://www.slaveryimages.org/s/slaveryimages/item/2165