London, South Kensington
3 May 2007
John White (fl. c. 1844-1853)
A Malay Woman of Cape Town; and A Hottentot
both inscribed, the first 'A Malay Woman of Cape Town, Cape of Good Hope' and 'A Hottentot'
pencil and watercolour on paper
S. 9½ x 6 7/8in. (24.1 x 17.5cm.)
with a collection of 5 pencil drawings by diffrent hands, 4 inscribed 'Double Drift Post 30 miles from G.Town'; 'Baaken River, Algoa Bay'; 'Grave Gassika Camp 27th Nov 1847'; 'Mangeni Waterfall Natal' and and the obituary of Sir William Jervois, printed in The Daily Graphic, August 20, 189, and 3 small drawings relating to the Island of Alderny
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