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- Object: From the S.W.Bastion of the Hill Fort of Panulla Garh -1827
Drawing in black ink and wash of a landscape containing a series of hill topped with forts, a low stone wall in the foreground with hut and armed guardians seated and standing and a flagstaff. Signed and dated.
- Production date
Height: 22.30 centimetres
Width: 29.40 centimetres
- Curator's comments
- From an album titled: "Worthless Scraps from Many Lands".
The inscription on the reverse (referring to the NE bastion of Powan Gurh) does not refer to the drawn image which is of the SW Bastion of Panulla Garh, unless the artist is referring to the hill fort at the right of the drawing in the middle distance which resembles the hill fort depicted in 1997.11-9.01 (vide) and which is the Powan Gurh.
- Not on display
- Cut down on all four sides before sticking to the album page (vide esp. the loss of the pennant at the top of the flag pole).
- Acquisition date
- Acquisition notes
- Prior to acquisition by the BM the collection was kept in Vancouver (Canada) by the vendor who was a descendant of the artist.
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