image © Karen Taylor Fine Art | Licence: All Rights Reserved
image © Karen Taylor Fine Art | Licence: All Rights Reserved

Brigadier Twemlow’s Bengali Servant in an interior

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From the Collection

Description

Brigadier Twemlow was the commandant at Aurungabad and lived in a bungalow at Roza, ‘an old Mohammedan tomb surrounded by a walled garden’ (Francis Egerton, Journal of a Winter’s Tour in India, 1852, vol. II, p. 225).

Inscription

Signed l.r. and l.l. with initials, inscribed verso in pen and brown ink: Brigr. Twemlow’s/Bengali Servant./W.C.

Descriptive medium

Grey and brown washes over pencil

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Image Credit

image © Karen Taylor Fine Art

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Location

Aurangabad, Maharashtra, India

Country