25 January 2005
Camille Pissarro (Saint-Thomas 1830-1903 Paris)
The interior of a hut with a hammock and an Indian mother with her two children, Galipan (recto); Palm trees (verso)
inscribed and dated 'Galipan 1854'
black lead, watercolor (recto)
10½ x 8 in. (260 x 203 mm.)
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