Two illustrations of processional scenes, South India, Company School, probably Tanjore or Vellore, circa 1830
watercolour with gold on paper, each inscribed in pencil below the figures, with further typed inscriptions to lower centre 'NATIVE, CONVEYENCES', 'TRAVILLING, PALLANKEEN.', framed
each 33 by 49.3cm.
Each watercolour laid down on a sheet of paper, overall light staining with some darker areas of discolouration to the background, pigment colours are strong, old label on reverse of each frame, as viewed.
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