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Elizabeth Zirkle
Elizabeth Zirkle • 1 year ago

Attributed to Gangaram Chintaman Tambat, active 1790s, Anglo-Indian, Mother Camel and her Calf, , Watercolor, pen and black ink on laid paper laid down on buff laid paper, Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection

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