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A Nautch, Native Dancers at Nizugapatahi Coast of Coromandel East Indies; group of dancers in centre in interior, musicians to right and dancers to left, Captain Lyons seated to left in foreground smoking on long pipe and attended by turbaned man. 1801 Pen and grey ink and watercolour
- Height: 437 millimetres
- Width: 558 millimetres
Inscription ContentVerso: inscribed and dated: "Drwan by Capt Crockatt Engineers Bengal Establishment 1801 - The officer represented is Captain Lyons - Infantry Bengal Establishment"
British Imp PV
15 November 2010
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Attached to mountboard. Debris and adhesive on verso. TR and BL corners damaged and skinned on verso. Surface dirt.
Lifted from mount by cutting hinges/guards with scalpel. Removed verso debris with poultice of *cul* and by scraping with scalpel. Surface cleaned recto edges with Staedtler Mars Plastic erwaser and soft brush. Reinforced TR and BL corners with Western and Japanese papers and wheatstarch paste. Pressed.Object strip inlaid into 2ply Van Gelder using strips of Japanese paper adhered with Culminal - non-ionic cellulose ether. Object mounted into an Imperial overthrow of 6ply Heritage 100% Cotton Museum Board and hinged in using Japanese paper adhered with Culminal - non-ionic cellulose ether.
- Topographic representation of: Coromandel Coast
- (Asia,India,Coromandel Coast)
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A Nautch, Native Dancers at Nizugapatahi Coast of Coromandel East Indies; group of dancers in centre in interior, musicians to r and dancers to l, Captain Lyons seated to l in foreground smoking on long pipe and attended by turbaned man. 1801 Pen and grey ink and watercolour
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Object reference number: PDB10350
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