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    Sir Gerald Kelly

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    • Anne-Marie Mason

      1932 : The princess Sao Ohn Nyunt spent several weeks in London, accompanying her cousin and brother-in-law the Saopha of Hsipaw, who was attending the Burma Round Table Conference. At a reception she met the artist Gerald Kelly who persuaded her to sit for a series of portraits.

    • Dan Tan

      I first saw this print,"Saw Ohn Nyun" by Sir Gerald Kelly at my friend's parent's house. It has haunted me ever since

    • Alex Walker

      "Saw Ohn Nyun" Princess of Burma by Sir Gerald Kelly - I own a copy of this although not in good condition but I do believe it to be an original portrait.

    • Naomi Morris

      British artist Sir Gerard Kelly (1879-1972) was best known for his portraiture of Burmese girls

    • Riza Taylor

      Have just aquired an original Sir Gerald Kelly vintage print!!!

    • Alexandra Ostroumoff

      My favourite painting by Sir Gerald Kelly

    • Jane Wilson

      "Saw Ohn Nyun" by Sir Gerald Kelly

    • Kathryn Davies-McGonagle

      She is on my wall. Gerald Kelly.

    • danielle farrelly

      Sir Gerard Kelly. Mom's Painting

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