29 April 1999
Lionel Grimston Fawkes (1849-1931)
Eight views in Barbados
six watercolour, two pen and ink
5 x 9in. (14.6 x 22.8cm.) and smaller
Queen's House, Barbados; Queen's House Windmill; Queen's House, View from drawing-room window - Gun Hill in distance; Fishing for Mullet, 5 November 1876; Woman on a Sugar Estate, Barbados; W.I. soldiers; Street scene, Barbados; and Figures beneath an Arch, Barbados (8)
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