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'The Adventures of an Orphan Camel' is an episodic painting of a white camel foal. From lower right, clockwise: the foal is tethered to a peg as its mother is led away by a rider in a maroon robe on a brown camel; a brown yak helps the foal break free; the foal follows at speed; the foal confronts a wolf with the help of a dog; centre: the foal is reunited with its mother under a tree, bearing a nesting bird, beside a stream.
pigment on cloth laid on paper
57.2 x 50.2 cm
Horniman Museum and Gardens
100 London Road, Forest Hill, Greater London SE23 3PQ EnglandView venue
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