One Event - Two Prints
Below are two different prints of the Boston Massacre created just weeks aparat from each other. The first one was created by Paul Revere and since its debut in Boston in 1775 it has become the iconic image of Boston Massacre. The second print was made by Henry Pelham, a young artist who publicly accused Revere of plagiarism.
Henry Pelham who created the second print was actually a cousin of John Singleton Copley, one of Revere's close aquaintances.