London, South Kensington
3 May 2001
A set of four Indian painted pottery models of servants
Early 20th century
standing wearing turbans and hats, tunics and long flowing robes, one holding a cane in his right hand, set on raised circular bases, painted in variously coloured pigments -- 18in. (45.7cms) high max, (damages and repair, pigment losses).
The figures are made in the likenesses of the four servants of George Charles Farr (b.1848), a judge in Calcutta. (4)
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