A bolt of lightning breaks a woman’s shackles and strikes down her accuser. Published circa 1892, this iconic lithograph is the first of a series on the Salem witch trials. Figures are led to the pillory in No. 2 and, in No. 3., an angry crone hurls law books at a judge. The artist, Joseph E. Baker, was a lithographer and cartoonist who may be best-known for his 1860 portrait of Abraham Lincoln as the Republican nominee for president.
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Joseph E. Baker : “The Witch No. 1” (c. 1892)
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