Title
A Continental Street Scene with a Shrine
Date date not known
MediumGraphite, ink and watercolour on paper
Dimensionssupport: 96 x 149 mm
Collection
Tate
Acquisition Presented by Mrs Joan Highmore Blackhall and Dr R.B. McConnell 1986
Reference
T04258
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Susanna Duncombe (née Susanna Highmore), 'A Continental Street Scene with a Shrine, date not known
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